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What does your mini 14 look like ;)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sonier, Jul 17, 2010.

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  1. sonier

    sonier Member

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    Alright im getting my childhood mini-14 back soon, my father pawned it to a family member long ago and i am finally old enough to buy it back from my grandfather, Im looking for a bottom rail attachement for a foregrip and any other interesting things to add on to this rifle. Im not a huge tactical guy but i might just have some fun for once. SO LET ME SEE SOME MINI 14s and 30s :)
     
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    181 Series purchased new in 1979 for $160.43.

    Federal Ordinance under-folder stock. (Company bit the dust years ago - but they made great stocks.)
    Modified M-14 nylon sling.
    Homemade M-14 style flash hider & front sight wings.
    Vented handguard.

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  3. sonier

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    that looks like a serious truck gun to me ;) thats a nice looking rifle RC
     
  4. Jim Barry

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    Go to PerfectionUnion.com They have everything you will want to know about a Mini.
     
  5. Walkalong

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    I need to take some more pics of my Mini 14. This is all I have. (The two little yellow "tabs" are stickies that say Loaded. It stays that way in the safe)

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    Here's what my 188-series Ranch Rifle (circa 1989) looked like before I sold it a few years ago:

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    Accu strut L-T ,Flash hider from Midway & a 30 carbine rear site. Haven't shot it yet since up grades. Hope its not a waist of money. Looks better.
     

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    Sorry for the poor image quality. I had to size it down in MS paint:mad: quick.

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  11. sonier

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    some nice looking guns here :)
     
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    You still have the folding stock?
     
  14. sonier

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    some prefer those folding stocks i love the way you made your mini sgt. I might go ahead and make something along those lines now.
     
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