I recently purchased a as new but S/H Howa which was fitted with above in Burris rings.
I have never used a Meopta scope before and after having it some weeks I am very impressed by its quality and low light performance.
Mine is the illuminated version with a central dot. It has thick arms which then become thin to the central dot. The dot is not over small and covers approx 1" at 100yds. This only illuminates.
Full specifications are to be found on the Marchwood web site.
Standeard adjustable turrets with quite precise click adjustment. The illumination control is on the LHS of the saddle and has intermedarory off posions between each illumination level.
Which is very handy. I have found only need to use it on lowest settings at night, no glare.
Optically am very impressed cf to my 10x42 Geovids at dusk.
If your in the market for a buget high class European scope then this would fit the bill.