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Post by hengehold 9/19/2023, 4:32 pm

I have a match point II and am going to mount it on a 1911 45acp. The rings that came with the scope split vertically and I want the ability to remove the scope without total loss of a zero. 

Are there any rings that you recommend?

I prefer less weight than more weight in the rings. 



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Post by jgolba 9/19/2023, 6:40 pm

I have Ultradot Matchdot II red dot sights mounted on a 1911 .45 ACP and on a Nelson .22 conversion. For these pisitols I chose not to use the vertically split rings supplied with the sights. Instead, I used Weaver Four Hole Skeleton rings. These may not be the lightest rings, but they sure appear to do a great job mounting these sights securely.


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Post by JRV 9/19/2023, 9:31 pm

My UD split rings, installed exactly as set out in the manual, failed at my last outdoor match. No issues on .22, but they came loose after about 1,200 soft wadgun loads.

I am using steel Burris rings now. Can’t imagine that “steel fasteners torqued into steel rings with a small amount of blue Loctite” is going to present durability/vibration problems when compared to “steel fasteners torqued into aluminum.”


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Post by RoyDean 9/19/2023, 10:01 pm

I like the Monstrum Aluminum low horizontal split rings.


They have options for both Weaver and Picatinny rail slot spacings. Good price, very fast delivery from Amazon.

I've got several pairs on 1911's, Pardini's and various others. All work fine.


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Post by John Dervis 9/19/2023, 10:08 pm

When I used dots, I used Burris Zee rings and would recommend them.  They are made of steel so probably heavier than aluminum models but they never loosened up and hold zero pretty well if I had to remove them.  I still use these rings on some rifles I have.


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