The Meprolight M22 is built to deliver in all light conditions, despite being smaller and lighter than the company’s earlier M21.
Meprolight’s M21 optic has cut a distinctive profile for decades as the optic of choice for the Israeli Defense Force starting in 2002. Designed to be a battlefield optic that never needed to be turned on, or have batteries changed, the M21 used a mix of fiber optics and tritium to provide an illuminated reticle.
While the idea worked, it came with a few shortcomings. It was bulky, a bit hefty and the reticle was hard to use from a dark room looking into a bright environment.
Meprolight has largely solved these concerns with the new M22 self-illuminated reflex sight. I was excited to put this optic to the test as I have used an M21 on my Steyr AUG for years.
Continue reading the article from Gun Broker.