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Millett scopes?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by duck911, May 15, 2006.

  1. duck911

    duck911 Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have any experience with Millett scopes? Can anyone say one way or the other if they're a decent scope for the cash?

    The warrenty looks good - lifetime, like Leupold. The prices seem fair too. I just wonder about quality. I am looking for the 6-24x50mm for my .204 and it's under $300.

    Any thoughts?

  2. jlmurphy

    jlmurphy Well-Known Member

    I ordered the largest ( 30mm tube 6x25?) two years ago for that price, I sent it back. Nothing wrong with it, I just thought it seemed big and heavy, the optics weren't great, and the adjustments were mushy. I have a lot of scopes and right now I would say the Nikon Buckmaster side focus for the same money is a better deal. I have one on a Mini 14 and the double recoil hasn't been a problem, very clear, repeatable, and easy to adjust for parallax.
  3. jame

    jame Well-Known Member

    I'm on my third Millet Buck Lightening. They have quite faithfully followed thier warranty, but I'm tired of screwing around with 'em. Buy a Burris or a Leupold. That's my next choice.
  4. grimjaw

    grimjaw Well-Known Member

    I've only used a Millet red dot, but I'm very pleased with it so far.


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