Meopta Introduces TGA 75 Collapsible Spotting Scope

posted on March 20, 2018

Meopta has introduced its new TGA 75 collapsible spotting scope. Engineered specifically with hunters in mind, the new classic draw-tube design is lightweight, compact and durable.

Housed in a fully-rubber-armored aluminum body, the TGA 75 weighs 44.1 ozs., and can be shortened from 14.8 inches when fully extended to 9.8 inches when collapsed, allowing for easy carry. Featuring a 75mm objective lens, the fully-multi coated, premium-grade optics ensure superior light transmission and edge-to-edge clarity across the entire field of view, while Meopta’s MeoShield coating protects eternal lens surfaces from abrasions and scratches. Water-resistant and shockproof, the TGA 75 can be mounted on a tripod, but can easily be used with a natural rest.

The new collapsible spotting scope is available with three interchangeable eyepieces: 30x WA-R (wide-angle ranging), 30x WA (wide-angle) or 20-60x zoom.

The TGA 75 Body has an MSRP of $899.95. Interchangeable eyepieces have an MSRP of $399.95 each.

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