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Millett DMS on an SBR

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by tyromeo55, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. tyromeo55

    tyromeo55 Sharpshooter

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    Anyone Ever put a DMS on an SBR?
     
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    I like the scope but mines on a 16".
     
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    I was gonna buy one, but the 1x isn't true 1x and that is what I wanted it for the most.
     
  4. tyromeo55

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    Yea, But from what I have been reading all of the true 1X scopes are very pricey. The closest scope I can find that has close to the same specs as the DMS is the Burris Euro diamond at $520. And it doesn't really blow it out of the water.

    I'm kinda torn between the DMS and an Aimpoint. Heard a lot of good things about the aimpoint but who can afford to put a magnifier on it?
     
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    I have one on a 10.5"....
     
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    The DMS is NOT a replacement or substitute for a red dot, the reticle washes out in daylight.

    You will also need a lot of eye relief, so budget for a quality mount.

    You can probably get into a Meopta with a daylight visible reticle and (I think) a true 1X, in a nice LaRue mount and be less than an aimpoint with a 3X magnifier if you shop well.
     

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