Meopta Unveils New Products For 2013

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posted on January 22, 2013
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European manufacturer Meopta was at SHOT Show this year introducing its newest wares. Three new products to keep an eye out for are the MeoPro 3.5-10x44 Riflescope, the Meostar S2 82 HD Spotting Scope, and the MeoPix iScoping Adapter. The MeoPro Riflescope has a low profile, and is illuminated. The red dot allows for quick target acquisition. The riflescope is light and low to the stock. Meopta's Meostar Spotting Scope has a center-focus that allows focusing when wearing gloves, with top-notch visual quality. The MeoPix iScoping Adapter goes onto the Meostar Spotting Scope, allowing the user to take high-quality close-ups and send them to friends.

To see these new products and some amazing examples of the power of MeoPix iScoping Adapter see the video below.

To learn more about Meopta and the products the company offers visit MeoptaSportsOptics.com.

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