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Millet DMS-1 1-4x24 Tactical Riflescope Illuminated Red Circle Dot Reticle 1/2 MOA Fast Focus Eyepiece Matte Black BK81002

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Specifications and features:
1-4x magnification
24mm objective lens
Illuminated red circle dot reticle
1/2 MOA
1 MOA center red dot
Fast focus eyepiece
90' to 23' field of view at 100 yards
24mm to 6mm exit pupil
3.5" eye relief
90 MOA range of adjustment
+2/-3.5 diopter adjustment
100 yards focus range
Fully coated lenses
Waterproof at 3' for 1 minute
Fogproof from -20 deg. F to 140 deg. F
1-piece heat-treated aluminum tube
6" mounting length
Compact, 30mm tube
Black finish
Requires CR20032 battery
11.8" long
18 oz.

For warranty issues, contact 714-842-5575 
Total number of Reviews: 14

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4.0 5
"I bought this scope for my wife's AR. I like the magnification and low profile design, but I was unsure about the reticle. I recieved the scope yesterday and it is all I needed and more. I really like the reticle with the illumination circle dot and the 11 brightness settings. I gave it 4 stars because it was a little longer than I thought it would be, but overall I will for sure buy another one. I have not shot with it yet but a few friends have Millets, so I don't worry about durability."
5.0 5
"Mounted this scope on 20 inch .450 bushmaster rifle. Scope holds zero with that recoil. The reticle is amazing, the \"donut in a dot\" could not be anymore awesome. I was getting 1/2 inch groups at 100 yards with x4 magnification. At highest magnification the picture is nice and clear, what you would expect to see from a 1,000+ dollar scope. In short I would buy this again or another scope for my other rifle in a heart beat."
4.0 5
"Bought this scope for my AR. I had an EOTech but the dot was too fuzzy beyond 50 yards for me due to my astigmatism. This made it very hard to shoot accurately beyond that distance, and I didn't want to spend $600 on a magnifier for it. For half that I got this scope and it has a MUCH sharper reticle, plus I LOVE the fact that it works with or without illumination turned on. At 1x the outer circle fits perfectly between the posts of my front fixed sight, and at 4x the front sight disappears and I can see the 1 MOA center dot clearly on the target at longer distance. Like the other reviewer, my only complaint is the scope is bigger and heavier than I would like. The overall length extends beyond 1\" beyond my flat-top on both ends, and the bell for the eye piece is quite large. My MI flip-up rear sight would not fit under it even with the extra high rings I bought for it so I had to buy a GG&G low profile flip-up that would."
5.0 5
"I have three of these scopes, they are excellent, especially for the price. Mounted the first on my DPMS .223, and then bought another for my M & P .22 practice rifle. The red dot is perfect, very accurate groups! Just bought another one for my new .450 Bushmaster. You can't get a better scope for the money!"
4.0 5
"The DMS-1 is intended to be used for close range in a pinch. You will be very happy with the optic if you use it as such. It is large and rather heavy. It has eye relief and parallax to consider, like with a normal scope, so it is not suited to be used primarily as a CQB optic, but it will work as such in a pinch. It is excellent at medium and longer ranges, and is very clear. It is made in China, but is one of the highest quality Chinese optics I have ever seen. Its 2 main competitors are made by Burris and Trijicon, but the Millet beats both on price by a wide margin. This is a good optic for both hunting and tactical uses. I recommend it for anyone on a budget yet still wanting a quality optic."
5.0 5
"After a little research I bought DMS-1 and have been very pleased. The Red Dot seems to work best in lower light situations such as indoors, dusk or dawn. I find the scope to be well made and have had no problems with it mounted on a M4. I wanted something that would allow me to reach out a little if needed and also work close range with quick target acquisition, and the DMS-1 fits the bill to a T. My 100 yards shots fit inside a quarter and the scope needed almost no adjustment after bore sighting. I have an Aimpoint M-2 and a 6-12x50 scope and this is the only thing on the market I have found that does both pretty well. This is a nice mixture at a great price."
4.0 5
"This scope should by all rights cost twice as much as it does if not more. As many have said the features and clarity of this scope far surpass that of its price tag. It works well on my PTR-91 with MFI low profile mount and Burris P.E.P.R. mount. It is the perfect height, has decent ergonomics, good clarity and reticle. The lens caps are poor, and the 0x setting has a strange fish-eye sort of perspective. Not a good CQC optic but perfect for mid-range shooting."
5.0 5
"Five stars This scope is awesome. It may not be the most expensive scope out there but it performs exceptioally well. Sighted it in at one hundred yards and haven't neede to adjust it. I did a lot of research before I bought this scope to make sure I wasn't throwing my money away. I'm glad I finally decided to purchase it!! Took it prairie dog shooting and it was great. Put the scope on a 18 inch AR I just recently had built. This scope finished it off nicely. Prairie dog shooting was not what the scope was made for but I easily engaged target from twenty five yards to over two hundred with ease. I would recommend this scope to anyone wanting a versatile scope capable of CQB and also being able to shoot at intermediate distance. I decided to write a review because I know how helpful the other reviews on this sight can be. CTD is awesome."
3.0 5
"I bought the Millet DMS-1 Tactical Riflescope to use on my Mini-14. It is a nice little scope and works very well. The only thing is that the Red Dot is not very bright even turned up all the way. Indoors the red dot is fine but outdoors it is just washed out."
4.0 5
"I just put the Millet DMS-1 on my Robinson XCR (5.56mm)(30 AUG 2010). I bought what I understand is the newer version of the scope with the illumination knob on the side adjacent the towers, versus being mounted on the ocular. Prior to this scope I mounted an EO Tech (the ring was too fuzzy), and an ACOG (no diopter adjustment). I really wanted an ACOG type optic, but my eyes just won't work with the ACOG's. The DMS is a great compromise, although it's a full sized scope, it is NOT as compact as the pictures make it look. That said, it fits fine on my XCR, although I did pull off my BUIS' to allow the scope to be mounted low in alignment with my cheek to stock weld. You could use a higher mount and mount BUIS' under the scope, but on my application I need the scope mounted so far back that I wouldn't be able to employ my BUIS' without removing the scope anyways, so I just opted to pull the BUIS' and be done with it. Unlike some reviews, I think the illumination of the center donut and center dot is spot on. In bright conditions I can clearly see the red illumination on step 11, while at night, steps as low as 1 provide a great contrast that can be quickly picked up. I love the 1 moa center dot! I shoot appleseeds, so precision is key to my shooting, and that 1 moa dot is perfect. Overall the clarity of the optic is fantastic, easily comparable to much more expensive scopes. After zeroing the scope this weekend, I tested to see if there was any point of impact (POI) shift between magnifications, and could discern no shift, none. I'm in the Army, done my share of door kick'n, and have spent a lot of time looking through red dots, which I really like, particularly the ability to engage targets with both eyes open (Trijicon has a name for it which escapes me). I can engage targets using the red dot in the DMS with both eyes open on 1x power. Didn't expect to be able to do that, so added value to the DMS. My one complaint with the scope, and reason f...."
3.0 5
"Received the scope today, it's going back as soon as I get the return shipping label. I looked through the scope, the reticle was off. The illuminated reticle dial was set on 3, I thought there was no battery. To my surprise, turning the dial lit up the reticle, there was a battery installed after all! Turns out \"3\" is assembled at the \"off\" setting (instead of 0, as it should be) on the scope I got, indicating that even the most basic QC procedures are not done on this product (and presumably any other Millet scopes) at the factory in China. Nor do the assemblers seem to know the difference between the numerals \"0\" and \"3\" - beware!"
1.0 5
"I returned the first scope I received because the reticle power dial was misinstalled so that when set on \"0\" it was on; \"3\" was the off setting. Incredibly, the replacement scope arrived with the EXACT SAME DEFECT. The piece of junk is going back for a refund, and I will be looking at reputable brands from now on for my optics needs. I would never buy ANY Millet product of any sort, ever. Beware."
5.0 5
"I called cheaper than dirt, and customer service helped me match up a rail, scope, and rings for my AK-47.Customer service you rock!!, and Cheaper Than Dirt Rocks!!"
5.0 5
"This is a really nice scope for the price. I would recommend it to anyone."