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Old March 4th, 2013, 08:06 PM   #16
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Good looking rifle and cool spotter!

I have two Boston Terriers that fill the role from time to time.



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Old March 6th, 2013, 05:54 PM   #17
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Thanks for the kudos, guys. We have a two-man operation at Mo-Rod.com, and we are both avid Mini-14/Mini-30 shooters. Demand for the Mo-Reapers is incredibly high right now, but keep trying if you should find us out of stock. The shop is cranking away daily!
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Old March 6th, 2013, 05:58 PM   #18
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I got a choate flash hider in my basement. I ended up threading mine but bought the choate before. You can have it if you want just pay the shipping. PM me if you want it. I'm not gonna use it
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Old March 6th, 2013, 06:01 PM   #19
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Btw, here's my mini cut and threaded with sure fire muzzle brake

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Old March 7th, 2013, 05:00 AM   #20
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Btw, here's my mini cut and threaded with sure fire muzzle brake

Very cool ofer you made on your Choate flash hider. Reminds me that there are still some good people out there!

Also, nice looking Mini. Would be a fun one to spend on the range with.
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Old March 7th, 2013, 03:53 PM   #21
 
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Hey 30cal, Is that the factory front sight? If not where did you get it?

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Old March 7th, 2013, 06:30 PM   #22
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Yeah it's the factory sight. They just moved it back behind the threaded muzzle brake
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And the muzzle brake is a Sure Fire? That so looks like a M14. I love that look. Might reconsider my Mo Reaper I ordered and copy yours.
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Does the Mo-Reaper fit 180-series?
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Yea I think you can get em for a 180. Mine is the flanged barrel 581 series.
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Old September 14th, 2013, 01:08 PM   #26
 
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My modified Mini 14. I finally got my build to where I want it. Nikon scope, Bipod and Muzzle brake and AccuStrut. I love to shoot this baby.
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Just checked out the link above for the ASI site. Jeez, $399 for a factory trigger group ? I bought my whole rifle (SS 195 series) a few months ago from a co-worker for $400. And $79.95 for a factory 20 round magazine ? Why would anyone pay that when they can just order the mags from Ruger for half that ? I'm thinking maybe Accuracy Systems and Cheaper than Dirt are affiliated.
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Very cool looking mods. Not over the top like so many ARs and AKs.

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There are options out there. For your rear sight, There is a company called Tech-Sights that make a real nice rear sight for the Mini.
Tech-SIGHTS Precision Shooting Accessories

As for muzzle breaks/ flash hiders. You have the Mo-Reaper that is a complete slip on break and front sight.
MO-ROD

Then there is True Shot Technologies...
TRUE SHOT TECHNOLOGIES HOME PAGE

I would check those out and go from there. The Mo-Reaper is a nice product and Kelly is a great dude (the designer). I have a version of the Mo-Reaper and its fit a finish is top notch and installation couldn't of be easier.

There is also the John Masen slip on. Slips over the front ramp sight.
RUGERŪ FLASH HIDER | Brownells

And, I almost forgot about this rear sight, from ASI. Its an M1A style of rear sight. Its about half way down the page.
Mini 14 Accessories Ruger Rifle 30 Muzzle Brake Gas Block Compensator Steel Bedding System
About the MoRod and the TrueShot products, they definitely LOOK good, but do they really work? I've been taught that muzzle breaks/compensators can sometimes have a negative effect on accuracy unless they are absolutely perfectly designed and tested. Do you have any experience with them? Can anyone on the forum vouch for them as a product?

About the link to Brownell's you posted, it looks like those flash hiders are for a 10/22. Do you mean to imply that those will also work on a Mini 580 series? It looks like the shorter one might have the roll pin hole in the right place for it to work with a Mini 580 series, but I don't know. What do you think?
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My modified Mini 14. I finally got my build to where I want it. Nikon scope, Bipod and Muzzle brake and AccuStrut. I love to shoot this baby.
How/where did you get that long flash hider?
Looks nice.
Is it stable on there?
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