Meopta company was founded in 1933 in Prerov, Czech Republic by Alois Mazurek and Alois Beneš. Under the first name Optikotechna they produced lenses and condensers, binoculars, riflescopes, slide projectors and Flexaret range of cameras. During WWII the company manufactured exclusively optical devices for military and after the war renamed company Meopta and became the only cinema projector manufacturer in Central/ EastEurope till 1970s. In 1980s Meopta return with production for military needs.Meopta still remains one of the biggest and most popular companies worldwide that offers optical devices such as cameras, enlargers, video cameras, film projectors, diaprojectors, binoculars, riflescopes, spotting scopes and telescopes. Meopta has facilities in both United States and Czech Republic with very skilled work forces, advanced technologies and innovations. The company is also partner of Czech Biathlon Team, proving that their optics can satisfy even the most demanding needs. Meopta is still keeping up with tradition in offering military optics with outstanding solutions such as soldier systems that eases your portability. The company is still one of the elite manufacturers that covers armored vehicles optical system and optical systems and subsystems to over 55 countries worldwide.
Meopta is a very experienced scope company...Their scopes allways stays amongs the best in the world. ( not since the fall of comunism..) wake up !! .The americans dont know meopta products because they are com block ...and almost forbiden for YOU (not for me...Im from spain and enjoy with czech products ..like meopta and CZ since decades ago...) ...like a small proof of quality....in WW2 the SS snipers use a MEOPTA scope...and zeiss in germany made a copy of other czech scopes.
About "How do they compare with Zeiss or Leopold? ".....they are in the same quality step than german made scopes (zeiss, gerhardt, kaps or another)....and can be compared with the best leupolds (mk4, LPS and long range lines), of course are better than vari 1 / 2 / 3 leupolds.