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Can I get some opinions on these 2 scopes(advantages/disadvantages of each)  I am also considering a 4200 Elite but have gotten the opinion it is overall a better scope(and you pay for it)  With the Burris and the Monarch being in a little lower price range.  Will be mounting to a .270 Mannlicher hunting mostly big game.  Have had a problem with low light situations, especially as I get older...thanks
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I have owned a Burris Signature 3-9x50 and a Monarch 3.5-10x50 concurrently. I found the Monarch to be better at twilight. The Signature had posilock and was probably the most spot-on scope, hunt for hunt that I owned. Sorry, I couldn't compare the FF2.
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The Monarch is the brighter of the two, but the FFII is a tougher scope.

 

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the scopes you mention, IMHO

 

1. 4200

2. FF2

3. monarch

 

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I wished the Elite came with a firefly reticle, with a ballisticplex rangefinder.  I think there wouldn't be much discussion between the zeiss and the 4200 if that were the case.  Am shooting for the 4200 firefly.  Going with the FFII lrs ballisticplex as a backup.  I like things that glow..

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NOW THAT WOULD BE SOME SERIOUS LOW LIGHT RETICLE!!!!!
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