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Dennis Veasley

7 thoughts on “Millett 4-16x50mm Tactical Rifle Scope – OpticsPlanet.com”

  1. Great video. I have this scope but I have a question. On my scope, 1 click equal a 1/4 MOA, with that said, if I'm zeroed at 100 yards and I want to shoot out to 600 yards how many clicks up do I need to go? Thanks for answering the question.

  2. It depends on your rifle and the cartridge. I can tell you what a 1.4 MOA click represents at 600 yards (1.5”), but I can’t tell you what the ballistics of your rifle and cartridge are. The issue becomes the trajectory of your particular load. For example, a 77gr .223 Remington Federal match is going to have different ballistics than a .308 Winchester 168 gr Hornady A-Max. At 500 yards, that .308 had dropped almost 59". I would recommend a ballistic calculator, like GunData or the Nikon SpotOn.

  3. I just bought a new Springfield M1A Match rifle 308 – 7.62×51. I am interested in this scope. I want one for long range and tactical use. If any one has this scope please let me know how you like it or don't like it. I own many rifles with scopes but I am looking for a special one for this gun.

  4. By “tactical use”, I assume you mean close- to mid-range. The bad news is, any optic that does close well, doesn’t do long so well. I’m not sure what “long” means to you (for some folks long is 1000 yards, for some folks long is 600 to 700 yards). You might consider the Vortex Viper PST 2.5-10×32 FFP.
    The 2.5 is useful at closer ranges, and the 10x will allow you longer distances. A First Focal Plane reticle increases in size along with the magnification.

  5. Feast or famine. I went with reviews for this scope. I hope it lasts as they say. No time in life for shi&&&&y scopes, broken recticles, moving point of impact through the variable powers. If this last attampt at a cheap scope dosent work…..it will be Nikon and above for me for the rest of my life. Remember, this is not the Millet from the days of old. It is a Millet in name only made in China. Made in China speaks for itself. It has NOTHING to do with Made in Japan. Good luck

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