MEPRO MOR Sights Selected by the IDF

June 06, 2016

MEPRO MOR Sights Selected by the IDF


Israeli Optics firm Meprolight has won a new tender to supply thousands of MEPRO MOR Sights to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

The MEPRO MOR is the sight of choice of Israeli Tier 1 and 2  SF Units and it's nice to see that the IDF have made it official. 

Meprolight is a member of the SK Group who also own Israel Weapons Industries (IWI). 

For the full article see Israel Defense Magazine and note the Agilite Apparel in the pics! 

Mepro MOR sight

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