He sent in this link to a red dot scope he's been thinking about getting for his Ruger Mark III:
Millett Demo SP1 Red Dot Sight 1" Tube 3 MOA Dot Matte Finish
Millett's sophisticated electronic red dot sight contrasts sharply against the background under bright and low light conditions. Redot is waterproof, shockproof, and guaranteed. Both have an eleven click dot intensity adjustment knob and sighting is crystal clear and parallax free. Weaver style rings included.
Now, I've got a handful of red dot sights - I've got a BSA on my Smith & Wesson model 422, and a Leapers (UTG) Red dot on my Ruger 10/22, as well as a TruGlo that was installed on the KRISS I had for T&E. I think there's another BSA kicking around in my drawer of random cheap optics (which is, literally, right above my drawer of random holsters). None of the sights I have are what anyone would call "premium", let's put it that way.
But damn, $30 for a scope and rings? I'm tempted to order one myself!
I don't have any affiliation with Millett; from what I can tell they've got some pretty decent stuff. I really liked the Oko reflex sight that Mr. Completely showed me at SHOT Show last month, but I don't think Brad's ready to spend the same amount of money on an optic that he did on the Ruger. Ditto Aimpoint, Trijicon, or Burris. All great optics, but a little bit "above the pay grade" of what Brad's looking for. The Millett fills a nice niche between the Barskas and Leapers and the high-end stuff, and he won't feel bad about upgrading down the road and leaving the Millett in a drawer.
So, anyone have any experience with Millett red dot scopes?
That is all.