Meprolight—a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, night vision and thermal equipment, self-Illuminated sights, and laser range finder systems for law enforcement, military, and civil applications—has announced that its Mepro MOR Tri-Powered Reflex Sight has received the 2015 NRA's American Rifleman Golden Bullseye Award for Optic of the Year.
This is the 13th year that this prestigious award has been presented by the National Rifle Association (NRA) for outstanding products in the field of shooting sports.
According to Amir Karo, Meprolight's director of sales and marketing, "Winning the Golden Bullseye–the most important award of the Shooting Sports industry in the USA–is a great honor for us. Mepro MOR's outstanding versatility and durability has gained it worldwide popularity, and the sight is now being used by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and other armies around the world." He continued, "When we develop a new product, we take into account the needs of our customers and do our best to create the highest quality products in the field–and we will continue to do so."
Winning this coveted award over hundreds of contenders, the Mepro MOR was selected for its exceptional capabilities, meeting or exceeding the evaluators' expectations, and for its innovation in design and function. As a truly all-in-one electro-optical sight, the Mepro MOR combines the benefits of a passive reflex sight, an active reflex sight for low light conditions, and red laser. In addition, the Military and Police model includes an IR laser. The Mepro MOR is powered by ambient light during the day, tritium in darkness, and battery-power to provide continuous laser operation as well as reticle enhancement in any situation. The large 30mm diameter lens provides a greater FOV for rapid target acquisition. Easy to operate, the red dot and lasers are zeroed simultaneously.