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This is a discussion on Stock Thoughts for Mini-14 within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; I've seen, held, and shot some of Sandog's Cerakoted Mini's and can vouch for his claim that they are light weight. In addition, Sandog's Minis ...


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Old December 7th, 2019, 10:00 AM   #46
 
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I've seen, held, and shot some of Sandog's Cerakoted Mini's and can vouch for his claim that they are light weight. In addition, Sandog's Minis are beautifully done. The coating seems to be very durable as well as I couldn't find any evidence of it wearing off, chipping, or pealing. And best of all, they shoot really well, even out as far as 300 yds.



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That's a beautiful Mini!!!!!
Thanks. Better than it's looks, it shoots very well too. Reliable, compact, and just a joy to use. It's my hands down favorite semi-auto long gun.
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I like the fact Ruger wood stocks , I look and when I find a mint one with nice grain I pick it up .
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I like the fact Ruger wood stocks , I look and when I find a mint one with nice grain I pick it up .
With the gun in it or just the bare stock ??

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