New: Meopta Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA Riflescope

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posted on August 31, 2021
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Meopta's new Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA riflescope boasts side parallax adjustment from 10 yards to infinity. Meopta says, "This exceptionally versatile riflescope delivers razor-sharp image focus at close ranges—a feature rimfire and air rifle enthusiasts will appreciate—and gives hunters and target shooters the ability to dial in the focus at longer ranges."

Optika5 2-10x42 PA riflescope
All Optika5 scopes are made of aircraft-grade aluminum. The Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA riflescope retails for $349.99.


The Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA has a 1-inch main tube diameter, 5x zoom, zero-reset turrets and advanced lens coatings.

Meopta’s proprietary MeoBright lens coating delivers maximum light transmission per lens surface while suppressing reflection and glare, giving shooters crisp images with optimal contrast. In addition, images will remain clear in wet conditions, thanks to Meopta’s MeoDrop hydrophobic lens coating that repels water and makes it easy to wipe off grease, skin oils and dirt.

The capped hunting turrets are made of rubber-armored metal. As for the rear-facing magnification display, it allows for easy viewing of the power setting from behind the scope, while the zoom ring includes with a throw lever for quick adjustment of the power setting. Windage and elevation adjustments are ¼ MOA.

Additionally, two second focal plane reticles are available for the Meopta Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA riflescope: Z-Plex or Z-Plus.

The MSRP for the new Optika5 2-10x42 mm PA riflescope is $349.99. All Optika5 riflescopes are backed by Meopta’s Lifetime Transferrable Warranty. Learn more at meoptasportsoptics.com.


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