Once again Millett has come out with a new scope. The LRS-1 is the result of trying to get more from the TRS-1 that came out in 2007. I had the TRS-1 for some time and will tell you that it is a good scope, but for the range that I was trying to shoot, it was not up to the task. The TRS-1 for most people will be all the scope they’ll ever need. I was able to dial for a shot out to 1,400 yards without any trouble. The problem for me started when I wanted to shoot farther. I no longer had any elevation to compensate for the bullet drop past 1400 yards. I shoot a Remington model 700 chambered in .300 Ultra Mag and have recently been placing bullets out to 1,900 yards. For this kind of extreme shooting, an extreme scope is needed and Millett is the ticket for the Long Range Shooter seeking incredible optics on a budget. That is where the LRS-1 comes into play. The LRS-1 has an incredible 140 MOA of elevation adjustment, a huge 35mm tube and a monsterous 56mm front objective. It was the only scope up to the job. The LRS-1 scope is a 6×25 power, but it seems to get a little fussy when you are out at 25 power, not much but just enough to notice. I also notice that when you get close to reaching the end of your elevation adjustment the site picture starts to get a little out of focus. I have had the scope for about 3 months at the time of writing this and other than the 25x slight fuzziness, I have not found any issues with this scope. It is very sturdy and has no difficulty finding zero even after a lot of shooting. The best new feature on the LRS-1 is Millett put “come up” lines on your turrets so it is easy to go back to your zero at any time. I did however put up a couple pieces of paper at 100 yards and marked every inch down to 40 inch’s and with my cross hairs on the zero number, dialed 40 MOA and found that the actual click value is .223 vs .250 that Millett claims it is. But most scopes are not exactly what the manufactures claim, there is a difference of only 0.027, not too bad. In fact it’s pretty good. I have to say, for people that are serious about shooting out to very long ranges, accurately, you should give this scope a close look. This is the scope that I personally shoot and would recommend this to anybody. My partner Mike will be buying one as well. He will be soon shooting a Weatherby .300 Mag to replace his .338/06 that blew up in his face while shooting at our 600 yard Steel. Now there is a story of Gods incredible Mercy.