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Millett 4x16x50 tactical scope w/ lit green reticle review

Just got this rifle scope from, and what a deal it was. This scope is $500.00 plus on most websites including from the manufacturer but only $304.00 on It’s not only a good deal, but it’s arguably just as clear and accurate as a leupold. I use it for hog hunting on my AR-15.

Last night was a quarter moon and I could see my target ara through the sites clearly through the generous objective view at very comfortable eye relief. Hands down, after weeks of research did this find really pay off. My friend is now contemplating buying one as well. I put three shots nearly through each other when sighting was done at 125 yards well covered by a quarter. Although the reticule was still too bright for last night’s low light, the mildot crosshairs were still visible.

Very strong pros for this scope, with no cons thus so far. I chose this for the potential quality for the price. At the time, 69 people reviewed this scope on with an overall 4 1/2 stars out of 5. Strongly recommend!
By: Evan Ward


Millet LRS-1 Review Part 2


Part 2: Millet LRS-1.


Millet LRS-1 Review


Tonite I’m going to go over the Millet LRS-1┬átactical rifle scope. I bought one a month or so ago as a cheaper alternative to another Leupold. I don’t remember exactly what I spent but I bought the scope, low mount tactical rings and a 20 MOA Millet base and as I recall it was about $550 to my doorstep. I’ve had the scope on the range probably 10 times this month and have 220 rounds of 308 Federal Gold Medal downrange so far with it.