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Mueller scopes?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Dallas Jack, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. Dallas Jack

    Dallas Jack Well-Known Member

    I recently bought a Mueller 8.5-25x44. Has anyone had any experience with them? It's going on an AR-15 bull barrel gun. Will it hold zero and are the adjustments accurate?

    Gun and scope
  2. paulo

    paulo Well-Known Member

    I have the 4.5x14 APV and am very happy with it.
    It is mounted on a CZ452 American in 22lr.
    The adjustments worked fine,at 50yds I can put 5 shots into a dime.
  3. dave5339

    dave5339 Well-Known Member

    I've got a 3x9 Illuminated mounted up on my FAL.


    It's been great so far. It's held it's zero, consistent adjustment, no problems so far.

    Semper Fi
  4. whitebear

    whitebear Well-Known Member

    Check out the Mueller feedback at RimfireCentral...

    (www.rimfirecentral.com) - the reviews over there have been pretty positive.
  5. rangerruck

    rangerruck Well-Known Member

    mueller is a tough, yet very underrated scope... i'd nave no problems recommending one to others.
  6. casio02478

    casio02478 Well-Known Member

    I have one (2-7X multi shot illuminated) mounted on my turkey/deer gun and after 100+ slugs + mag shells it still holds perfectly.
  7. MikeH

    MikeH Well-Known Member

    Bought a Mueller 8.5-25x44 just before the price jump. Clearer and crispier than the Simmons AETEC it replaced. The only problem I've had with it was that the target turret knob comes loose after some rounds. Those microscrews really, really have to be tightened.

    Here's my setup. Savage 10FP .223 with Duramaxx stock. Capable of 0.2 MOA as long as I don't screw up.

  8. atomchaser

    atomchaser Well-Known Member

    I have an APV mounted on my 17 HMR. Nice scope -- no complaints. Not something that I would mount on my rifle for a once in a lifetime hunt, but very good choice for a range plinker or a varmit gun.
  9. MikeWSC

    MikeWSC Well-Known Member

    Have a couple of them, got them at an outdoor show when they first came out. Liked the fact they were made in Michigan. The lenses don't have as
    many layers of coating as say a Leuplod, but they are a fraction of the cost.

    Have the 4.5 x 14 w/ illuminated dot on a .221 Fireball and a 2 x 7 w/ illuminated dot on a 11-87 slug gun. Both have been ran through their paces
    and have been pleased with them. Lookin' to put another on a 7 Mag.

    Well worth the price, and far better than some of the other mid-priced scopes.

    Best ............ Mike
  10. bofe954

    bofe954 Well-Known Member

    I may end up with one soon. I want to learn to use a mil-dot format and don't want to spend $800-$1000. If leupy would make VX-1 or II with mildot I'd get that but...

    While we're on the subject- anyplace cheaper than the factory to purchase them?
  11. MikeH

    MikeH Well-Known Member

    Sometimes you'll find one cheaper on ebay. I'll let you decide whether you wanna shop there or not. :)
  12. Dallas Jack

    Dallas Jack Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the feedback. Sounds like this scope will fit my needs.

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