Also one click on an ultradot is equivalent to two on an aimpoint. I just don't know if I will be able to fit it in to the bag that came with the 1022 TD. Built for serious competitors, the new and improved sight has 4 dot sizes (2,4,6 and 8 MOA) plus two reticle patterns for added flexibility. All 3 of these can be had for less than $100. The matchdot II is part of the new ultradot 6 Series. The end result is the Ultradot 6. 3,855 Posts . The Ultradot 6 was built at the request of our loyal customers who wanted an Ultradot for their Tactical Rifle too. The Matchdot II comes with a polarizing filter and 1.2" sunshade, 30mm Weaver-style rings, lens covers and mounting hardware. Hi folks,its been a while. It picks up where the original matchdot left off. I agree with the others that I would not go with the Ultradot 6 … The gun is a ranch rifle,first three of the serial is 196. One of the items that got my attention at SHOT 2014 was the HD-Micro, a red dot scope manufactured by Ultradot, a Yankeetown, Florida firm that specializes in red dot optics. My question is if i can mount an ultradot 6 using my 30mm scope rings without the use of a rail? Shooters can now take advantage of an exposed and resettable 1 MOA elevation turret for added versatility as well as choosing from 11 brightness settings, 2, 4, 6, 8 MOA dots and 2 additional reticle patterns. by Robert Kay. It had to be versatile, rugged in its construction and appearance, have a greater field of view, precision adjustments and "on the fly" bullet drop compensation. Ultradot’s latest entry into the Red Dot Universe is quite usable. On my son's 15-22, we have a Bushnell TRS-25 with a .83" riser. Thanks! The ultra dot match 11 is the same scope but only has a 30mm tube including the bell, where the ultra dot 6 has a 37mm bell. The adjustment on the aimpoint is much more accurate than the ultradot. The end result is the Ultradot 6 … - Featuring four different dot sizes and two reticle patterns in a 30mm tube, the Ultradot 6 was built to fit just about every Red Dot Sight application in the shooting world. I have used them on everything from the 1" Ultradot to the 30mm Matchdot II without problem. I decided to dust off the mini and i want to upgrade my optics. It had to be versatile, rugged in its construction and appearance, have a greater field of view, precision adjustments, and "on the fly" bullet drop compensation. Ultradot's loyal purchasers were clamoring for a tactical sight, and Ultradot listened closely. It had to be versatile, rugged in its construction and appearance, have a greater field of view, precision adjustments and "on the fly" bullet drop compensation. Do the box test. I can get the ultra dot 6 for 220 with free shipping. The ultradot will be a little off. In a bullseye gun where we try to keep the 25yd loads really light, and yet desire 100% functional reliability, the idea of searching out the lightest possible dot sight to mount on the slide and then adding 2-3 oz of steel rings never made sense to me. I can get the NcStar see thru rail for about 5 or 6 dollars free shipping. Finish is first class and the price is right. Last weekend I finally received my Ultradot Matchdot. From the Ultradot 6 web page, it appears that they have some rings to obtain co-witness as well that are sold separately. With the aimpoint you will be back where you started. Go 6 clicks right, 6 clicks down, 6 clicks left, 6 clicks up. Discussion Starter • #1 • Oct 25, 2011.