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Meopta Hunting Rifle Scopes

Meopta hunting rifle scopes, such as the Meopta MeoPro and the Meopta Meostar, are designed to accommodate long distance shooters. All Meopta rifle scopes coated for light transmission.

What do the numbers on a Meopta rifle scope mean?
  • The first number, or numbers, is the power or range of power. This also tells you whether a Meopta scope is fixed power or variable power. If it reads 4x30mm, it is a fixed power scope, and images viewed through the scope's tube will appear four times closer. For example, an object 80 yards away will appear 20 yards away when viewed through the scope.
  • If the Meopta scope reads 4-8x30mm, it is a variable power, able to be adjusted between 4 power and 8 power.
  • The last number is the size of the front lens in millimeters. The front lens is also called the objective lens.
What is the purpose of a large objective lens?

The larger the objective lens, the more light is transmitted through the Meopta scope. This gun scope should provide an illuminated image, even in low light conditions. By making it possible to shoot in low light conditions, it extends the number of hours you are able to hunt by including early morning and late evening.

What is the reticle?

The reticle is an aiming point etched into the glass lens and used to acquire the target. Meopta has dozens of reticles using crosshairs, posts, post crosshairs, rings, and dots. The duplex reticle is a common choice — crosshairs in the center becoming thicker posts as they reach the outside ring.

What is eye relief and what is the exit pupil?

Eye relief is the distance between your eye and the rear lens of the scope when you are first able to see a complete image. With a variable MeoPro, Meostar, or 4C scope, eye relief gets shorter, and the image gets dimmer as you increase power.

The exit pupil is the size of the point of light exiting the eyepiece. To find the exit pupil, divide the diameter of the objective lens, in millimeters, by the power of magnification. For example, a 5x50mm scope has an exit pupil of 10mm.

What are the first and second focal planes?
  • The first, or front, focal plane places the reticle in front of the magnifying lens. When magnification is increased, the size of the reticle increases with it.
  • The second, or rear, focal plane places the reticle behind the magnifying lens. The aiming point reticle optics stays the same size throughout the range of magnification.