WTS Millet LRS-1 mil/mil camo with ADM Recon-SL Mount

Discussion in 'Optics For Sale' started by fastex500, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. fastex500

    fastex500 Well-Known Member

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    Well... this started off as my long range competition glass, but the original model 81005 (black) had a canted reticle when I bought it. To make a long story short, Bushnell was great with the warranty and sent me the wrong model replacement twice, and finally told me that the model I had was no longer made, but that they would send the 81005a which was mil/mil ATAC. Great.... but this process started in January and since I have purchase a IOR Valdada and can't go back.

    So here she is, for sale. This scope is BRAND NEW, just received it today, opened and checked function and reticle. It is great. I had purchased the American Defense Recon SL 35mm mount, so it is going as well. I really want to sell as a complete setup, but if I get offers for both separately I will split the package. Here are the details:

    Millett LRS-1 6-25x56 Tactical ATC version.

    The extreme-duty, extended-range LRS tactical riflescope, by Millett. Massively built with a one-piece 35mm tube and 56mm objective, the LRS delivers superior brightness and outstanding repeatable accuracy with the largest long-range weapons, including those chambered for the 50 BMG and 338 Lapua. Precision controls with 140 MOA adjustment.

    Features

    Huge 56mm objective for a wider field of view and brighter image.
    Massive, super-strong 35mm tube improves reliability and resolution.
    Rings included.

    Magnification: 6-25x
    Objective Diameter: 56mm
    Eye Relief: 3”+
    Tube Diameter: 35mm
    Optics: Fully Multi-Coated
    Reticle: Glass-Etched Mil-DotBar

    America Defense Recon S LOW 35mm mount:

    Similar to the AD-RECON, the AD-RECON-S mount is made for putting high power glass onto a flattop style AR-15. The AD-RECON-S is a straight up scope mount with no eye relief built in. It is precision machined from 6061 T6 aluminum and finished in hard coat T3 Mil-Spec anodize. It features the Patented QD Auto Lock™ Lever system to accommodate both in spec and out of spec rail systems.

    FEATURES
    The AD-RECON-S mount features the Patented QD Auto Lock™ Lever system which has the following advantages:
    Does not require proprietary tools for adjustment.
    Can be adjusted with your finger or a flat blade screwdriver.
    Lever can be configured to lock to the front or the rear.
    Superior clamping surface to insure maximum rail engagement.

    MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION
    The AD-RECON-S mount is precision CNC machined from a block of 6061 T6 aluminum and finished in hard coat type 3 Mil-Spec anodize for a rock hard lasting finish.
    Precision machined from 6061 T6 Aluminum.
    Hard coat anodized for a lifetime of performance.
    Fully adjustable to fit both in spec and out of spec rail systems.
    American Defense MFG, LLC. products feature a lifetime warranty.
    Features the Patented QD Auto Lock™ Lever system.
    Made with pride in the U.S.A.

    SWFA LRS-1 $469.95 (Millett 6-25x56 LRS-1 Tactical 35mm Riflescope)
    RECON-SL $169.95 (American Defense MFG, LLC | Browse | Scope Mounts | AD-RECON-S Scope Mount)

    Package cost $639.90 + S&H

    I'm looking to sell for $525 + shipping for both (what just the scope costs at most vendors) Only thing I may be interested in would be high quality 1-4 or 1-6 optics for AR, or AR15/AR10 uppers & parts)
     

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  2. fastex500

    fastex500 Well-Known Member

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    Bump...

    Open to trade offers.... let me know what you have. AR optics, 223 and 308 AR platform parts, bolt guns, other optics..... try me :D
     

  3. Hookturnr

    Hookturnr Well-Known Member

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    Willing to sell without the mount?
     
  4. fastex500

    fastex500 Well-Known Member

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    SCOPE IS SOLD - AD RECON SL 35MM is still available
     
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2012