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CSTactical
09-15-2011, 1:18 PM
MeOpta ZD 1-4x22mm Rifle Scope:

The MeOpta ZD’s Size, Weight, and Reticle worked really well on my Pre Band 16” Bushmaster.
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6086/6145516958_beece1cb12_z.jpg

The MeOpta ZD sits in a AMD Scout mount. This ADM mount was rock solid making more of a fan.
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6069/6144805983_c4e7cf6134_z.jpg
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6077/6144789093_6b75c13b86_z.jpg

I have heard rumors that the MeOpta ZD holdover reticle is not setup correctly, form what I have seen this is that is not case. I found this scope to be very effective form pointblank range 10yds and out to 600yds. I was told the RET was a BDC but after looking at it more closely it looks to be setup in 2moa or even close to 1/2mil increments.

Over view of what is new about the ZD.
Holdover points,
Improved turret adjustment
Turret caps that are tethered to the scope
More compact, still able to keep the daytime illumination without a tinted glass.

Here is a photo of the older MeOpta K-Dot 1-4x you can see it’s a lot longer than the ZD.
http://www.cstactical.com/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/Meostar_1_4x22_K_4ab2ab6138239.jpg

MeOpta ZD 1-4x22mm Spec:
Optical lens diameter (mm) 22
Field of view (ft/109yds) @ 4x 28.2 / @ 1x 121.4
Eye relief (in) 3.1
Dioptric range (D) 3
Weight (oz) 18.69
Diameter of tube (mm) 30
Overall Length [in.] 9.7

MeOpta K-Dot 1-4x22mm Spec:
Optical lens diameter (mm) 22
Field of view (ft/109yds) @ 4x 24 / @ 1x 111
Eye relief (in) 3.1
Dioptric range (D) 3
Weight (oz) 19.9
Diameter of tube (mm) 30
Overall Length [in.] 12

Mike @ CST

CSTactical
09-16-2011, 11:46 AM
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esskay
09-17-2011, 12:00 AM
I have the original Meopta K-Dot (bought from Mike @ CS Tactical!! ;))

It is a great scope, and you have to see the illumination to believe it. It is super bright (think nearly Aimpoint bright), and the new Meopta that I saw at SHOT Show was even brighter!

For anyone for whom bright illumination in the reticle is important (it is for me), the Meopta should definitely be on your list to check out.

CSTactical
09-19-2011, 2:30 PM
Thanks for the feedback esskay.

Mike @ CST