Mini 14 Bullpup Stock

Muzzelite Mini 14 Bullpup Stock

Mini 14 Bullpup Stock

The Muzzelite Mini 14 Bullpup Stock is a great option to reduce the length of your Mini 14 rifle.

This bullpup stock will reduce the overall length of your Mini 14 to 26.5”.

This bullpup stock will allow you to carry your Ruger Mini 14 with better mobility and allow you to store or conceal the Mini 14 easily. The bullpup stock is attached to your rifle and moves the action farther back into the stock. The trigger assembly is moved farther forward and the magazine well is now behind the trigger assembly. Cartridge ejection is in the rear of the stock. This setup creates a very compact Mini 14 rifle.

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Archangel Sparta for Ruger Mini 14 Stock

Archangel Mini 14 Stock by Promag

Archangel Mini 14 Stock

The Archangel Mini 14 Stock by Promag converts your Ruger rifle into the ultimate tactical Mini 14! This Next Generation Tactical Stock fits the Ruger Mini 14, Ruger Mini 30, and the Ruger 6.8 Ranch Rifles.

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Refinishing Wood Stocks

Refinishing Your Mini 14 Wood Stock

Refinishing a Mini 14 Wood Stock

So your Mini 14 wood stock needs some work to bring it back to it’s original glory. There are plenty of local gunsmiths and woodworkers that will do the job for you and most are reasonably priced. If you want to complete the task yourself, you just need to devote a bit of time and a small amount of cash.

There are many videos of this process online and various refinishing kits your can purchase. Here we will outline the basics of the process and some of the needed tools and supplies.

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Replacing your Mini 14 Stock

Mini 14 Stocks, Upgrades, and Customization

Why Upgrade Mini 14 Stocks?

There are many good reasons to replace your Mini 14 stock(and many times you don’t have a good reason). Sometimes we just want to tinker with our rifle or change the appearance on a whim.

So, what are the common reasons to replace your rifle stock?

  1. Customizing your Mini 14
  2. Adding Accessories
  3. Reducing Weight
  4. Building a unique rifle
  5. Replacing an old worn out stock

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