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Are the monarch better then monarch ucc.

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what??

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what is the dif
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why are the ucc cheaper
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4x erector as opposed to the 3x in the ucc, along with some other upgrades
 
the new monarch from what ive been told by cheaptrick is a totally new scope compared to the ucc, its supposedly a better scope all the way around compared to the ucc, thus the price increase


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    Whacko   I did'nt see that much improvement and in some features you lose for $200.00 extra .... and on the new model  NO ILLUMINATED RECTILE ! And who needs viewable numbers on zoom from shooter position ... I zoom as I see .... I sure as heck don't look at the numbers for adjustment . They'd have to give me alot more for an extra $200.00 taking out the illuminated rectile  component and putting only that BDC rectile in .... no choice for mil-dot taken out of them .  About all the other features mine has .  

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no he's right  they are two different scopes  there is also the monarch x

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Thanks guys.I thought it had to do with the 3x erector but was not sure.
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 I stand corrected Sir ... anyone tried or tested one ?
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