Meopta Optika6 4.5-27×50 Illuminated MRAD 30mm FFP Riflescope

$1,799.00

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Description

If pushing the limits of yourself and your rifle at extended ranges is what drives you, the Meopta Optika6 4.5-27×50 Illuminated MRAD 30mm FFP Riflescope has all the features you need in a riflescope that measures slightly over 14 inches. Available with First or Second Focal Plane (FFP / SFP) reticles, all Optika6 4.5-27x50s feature exposed, reset to zero windage adjustments and exposed, locking elevation adjustments with zero stop. MIL based reticles feature 0.1 milradian per click adjustments, while MOA based reticles feature 0.25 MOA per click. Available in numerous reticle patterns including illuminated and DichroTech reticles, the 4.5-27×50 comes with side focus parallax adjustment and a 4-position power ring throw lever.

Magnification: 4.5 – 27 x
Objective lens: 50 mm
Objective Filter Thread: M55x0.75
Main Tube Size: 30 mm
Exit Pupil Diameter: 9.5 – 1.9 mm
Eye relief (mm / in): 100 / 3.94
Field of view (m/100m // ft/100yds): 7.3-1.2 // 21.9-3.6
Field of View: 4.2 – 0.7 °
Focal Plane Position: 1
Dioptric compensation: -2 / 2 D
Daylight Transmission: 91 %
Twilight Transmission: 88 %
Twilight Factor: 15 – 36.7
Impact per click (cm/100m // in/100yds): 0.7 // 0.26
Windage and elevation adjustment range (cm/100m // in/100yds): 244 // 88
Paralax Correction: 25 yd – infinity y/n
Length (mm / in): 361 / 14.21
Weight (g / oz): 882 / 31.1

Additional information

Weight 0.88 kg
Magnification

4.5-27

Diameter

30MM

1 review for Meopta Optika6 4.5-27×50 Illuminated MRAD 30mm FFP Riflescope

  1. Chris B (verified owner)

    Got this scope for my 6.5PRC Havak, Bravo comp gun.
    I’ve had trouble with another scope dialling consistently to 1000m so it was time for an upgrade.

    This scope ticked all the boxes, good magnification, solid clicks, illuminated, zero stop, 50mm objective, throw lever and sub 2k.

    I got the Arken rings and vortex bubble level also. Install was easy.
    First time on the range and zero was achieved in 3 shots. Specs added to Strelok and a wandered back to the 1000m gong.
    First shot splashed .2mil low. I dialled up and the next 4 shots mad a nice group centered on the 600mm plate.

    This scope does the job.

    Pros, it works, zero stop is good leaving enough elevation to dial out to 1600m and 2200m using the reticle hold overs.
    Zoom is smooth,

    Cons. not many. max zoom x27 looses a bit of clarity but in being picky. Locking windage might be nice, but Ive had no problems with it

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