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Millett Sights


Design Engineer

Millett Sights


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Millett Sights

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To ensure the scopes would live up to the Millett name, Tom asked his brother, Jim Millett, to develop a computer system to test the quality of the optics.
Jim Millett, a design engineer, developed an automated computerized system to test Millett scopes in a manner similar to actual firing conditions with recoil equal to a 30-06 rifle. By using this system, Millett was able ensure absolute reliability of their products. Jim Millett later improved his own design to include equipment that was energy efficient and more productive for Millett's molding process. Jim Millett became president of the company and recognized an opportunity to ensure the growth of Millett Industries.


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President James Millett


A Wild Boar Hog Hunting Florida Guide Service

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Click on this link to view photos and a wild boar field hunting report from Steve Langford about Jim Millett (President of Millett Industries), himself and 6 other hunters who bagged 9 wild hogs testing out the company's Zoom Dot Sight.
Jim Millett (President of Millett Industries) has many years of experience in design and engineering that has been valuable to the Millett Company in development of new products and processes used in the production of Millett's line of steel scope rings and mounts. Jim's most recent products are the Millett Grabber quick detachable rings and Zoom Dot sight.


Millett Sights

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James Millett becomes president of Millett IndustriesMillett SightsJames Millett becomes president of Millett IndustriesJim Millett has many years of experience in design and engineering that has been valuable to the MiIlett Company in development of new products and processes used in the production of Millett's line of steel scope rings and mounts.Jim's most recent products are the MiIlett Grabber quick detachable rings and Zoom Dot sight. Jims' leadership will be an asset to Millett and allow continued grown and profits. CALL (800) - MILLETT


www.a-wild-boar-hog-hunting-florida-guide-service.com

Wild boar hunters Steve Langford (Lakewood, CA - e-mail: slangford@milletsights.com), Jim Millett (President of Millett Industries) and 6 other hunters testing out the company's new Zoom Dot Scope bagged 9 wild hogs during a morning of wild boar hunting with Ron's Guide Service on January 16, 2007.
First up to hunt after we were all loaded up on swamp buggy, was Jim Millett the President of Millett Sights using the new ZOOM DOT red dot scope, mounted on a S&W 500 mag handgun. Not long after starting to hunt, we spotted our prey. As several hogs ran out of the brush, Jim took aim at the running lead hog. Just as the pig went into the brush there was a report of Jims hand cannon. We lost track of the pig as it charged back into the heavy brush. We were loaded on the buggy that went around the corner and there we saw the hogs on the trail. One more quick shot by Jim and the first pig was ready for the hunter photos. wild boar hunting Jim Millett takes aim with the ZOOM DOT scope on 500 Mag.


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