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monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

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Unread 04-18-2014, 10:59 AM
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monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

I am considering either of these scopes for a Sako 7mm mag. Any preference based on optics ,durability, tracking, I know they are both discontinued,but there some good closeouts on both of these scopes. Thanks for any suggestions.
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    Unread 04-18-2014, 01:04 PM
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    Re: monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

    I would go monarch I like my Burris but my monarchs are better imo.
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    Unread 04-19-2014, 12:54 AM
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    Re: monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

    I'm with snox, I experienced both and they are equal in lenses to me. However the Monarch 4X16X42 has great repeat ability and I like the mil-dot model. Good luck
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    Re: monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

    I have the monarch 4x16x42 sf on all my rifles. Excellent scope for the money. Glass is clear, tracking is superb, and the radicals choices are great. I have the BDC radicals on mine and have never once had a problem. Purchase the monarch with confidence.
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    Re: monarch 4-16x42 sf vs Burris signature sel. 4-16x42

    Thanks for the replies. Sounds like the Monarch is the way to go.
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