Just a mini review of my negative experience with mueller scopes- I mounted a Mueller 2-7x32 Multi Shot scope on my mini 14 and while the interesting dot reticle seemed to work good out to 200m, the front of the scope blew out after about 75 rounds. Obviously the mighty mini 14 recoil was way too much for the scope. I sent it back to mueller and was informed that they would not replace the scope (unless I paid for the new one) but had repaired it. They told me that the enamel spray paint I had put on the scope would cause mounting issues and suggested the paint had contributed in some way to the scope blowing up They also claimed that I had screwed the rings so tight that the scope had "massive dents" on it. Absolute rubbish- I know how to mount scopes and IF there actually were massive dents on the scope (which there was not) then the scope is made of tin. So the fine folk at mueller said I could pay for the shipping of the "repaired" scope but they could not guarantee it would mount properly. I've just emailed them and let them know they could keep it. I have since mounted a very clear Bushnell Trophy 3-9x40 on my mini14. This scope has been mounted on multiple rifles without any issues or "massive dents" and will work fine. Buy Mueller at your own risk- or mount them on the lowest recoiling rifle you have- like a BB gun. I should also mention that when illuminating the dot, the illumination actually appears offset to the upper right of the black dot. This also occured on a Mueller3-10x40 Sport Dot (which I sent back after one of the target turrets snapped off in a very minor knock. After paying the difference in price Mueller sent me the Sport Dot as exchange).