By Jim Clary
by Dr. Jim and Mary Clary
Product review and range report of MeoPro 6.5-20×50 Riflescope.
United States -(AmmoLand.com)- There are a lot of high quality precision scopes available for target shooters and even long range shooters; however, virtually all of them are woefully inadequate under low light conditions at dawn or dusk.
We have shot most of them…. from our Nightforce NXS 12-42×56 to a wide variety of Leopolds and Redfields. Now, don’t get us wrong, these are fine, very well-made scopes for precision and/or long range shooting…. BUT, under low light conditions, most leave a lot to be desired…. as do virtually all riflescopes on the market.
The reason is that their optical glass is only capable of transmitting around 92% of the light received. As such, in the early morning hours or just before dark, when a lot of our quarry are active, one is hard pressed to get on target. Because of that, we had just about given up on trying to find that one scope that was great for precision bench rest shooting as well as long range hunting for antelope and coyotes.
MeoPro 6.5-20×50 Riflescope
That all changed when we had the …Read the Rest