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Old 02-03-2012, 12:50 AM   #1
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I've been hearing some great things about these scopes, anyone have any experience with these? How's the tracking and repeatability? Thinking of putting one on my .308. PS sry for blowing up these optic threads haha just looking for the best information I can find, and this seems to be the place for it...



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Old 02-03-2012, 12:15 PM   #2
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Several years ago Millet was bought by Bushnell and things seem better but prior to that there was a lot of tracking issues. I have never seen a great review and the only Millet owner I know said it was "OK for the price", not the kind of recommendation I look for but YMMV.

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I dont know about the TRS-1 but I have seen a number of complaints from 3 gunners about the DMS. Enough that I dont trust Millet. The main complaint was the reticle rotating. I have been looking at 1-4x24 scopes not 4-14x50 so I have not researched the higher magnification scopes. An illuminated reticle adds weight, cost and something else to go wrong. I have been looking at both and wondering if it is worth it.

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