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Meprolight Introduces New Version of the X3 Magnifying Day Scope at Milipol

The MEPRO MX3-T features a new adapter that enables quick switching between short and long distances, for rapid target acquisition

Milipol Paris 2017, Paris, France, November 21-24, Stand G-025

November 15, 2017. Meprolight Ltd. – a member of the SK Group and a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, self-illuminated sights, and Laser Range Finder systems for military, law enforcement and civil applications – presents a new version of the X3 magnifying scope. The MEPRO MX3-T features a new adapter that enables quick switching between short and long distances, for rapid target acquisition.

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According to Benny Kokia, VP Marketing and Sales, “We developed the new adapter as a result of our close collaboration with Special Forces units both in Israel and overseas. The MEPRO MX3-T is equipped with a unique pull back mechanism that surpasses those of any other tactical solution available in the market. The MX3-T enables swift target acquisition, significantly improving results in the field.”

The MEPRO MX3-T is a compact, lightweight, and rugged magnifying scope with a wide Field of View – designed to accurately and economically improve the shooter’s performance. This new scope has 3x magnification to enhance the precision, range, and effectiveness of reflex sights, such as MEPRO 21 and MEPRO MOR, by extending the shooting range without re-zeroing the sights.

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The MEPRO MX3-T attaches to any MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail, behind a reflex sight, and features a quick release adapter. The adapter has a low weight, quick pull back mechanism. When not in use, it is folded over to the right side and can be easily flipped back into place when the shooter needs to engage targets at longer distances. It is simple to attach, doesn’t interfere with firing, and is MIL-STD-810 qualified.

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2 Responses to “Meprolight Introduces New Version of the X3 Magnifying Day Scope at Milipol”

  1. mike says:

    About time they went away from the Aimpoint style of twist-and-remove and went to the EoTech style of snap-to-side. Hopefully I’ll be able to get a few of the mounts on their own to fix my older Mepro magnifiers.

  2. CPTK says:

    Licensed? Looks like a G.33 with the rubber cover removed, and a ring interface instead of the proprietary mount attchment.