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    1-1.5 MOA with my Dads new stainless. Such a fun rifle.

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    1 - 1.5 is acceptable to me. I doubt my 18" barreled AR is any better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinjmpr View Post
    1 - 1.5 is acceptable to me. I doubt my 18" barreled AR is any better.
    Even @ 4-5" spread that's still COM on a realistic object.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazin View Post
    "Minute of Dinner plate"...........
    Yes that is funny, but also true, I had a Stainless one in the mid 80?s and that would describe it perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinjmpr View Post
    ...So years and years ago (1983 actually) I bought a Mini-14. It was about $250 new at Dave Cook's sporting goods.

    This was at a time when ARs were only made by Colt and were over $500....
    Circa 1993 bought a Mini14 ranch for $450. It shot about 1.5-2 MOA with optics. Same price as a Bushy AR-15 back then. Any mag would work in it since Ruger would not make high capacity for it back then. Shots would vertically string after a few quick rounds. Crime Bill Ban craze in 1994, sold it for $650 with cheap scope after putting 1000 rounds through it.

    Anyone else remember buying South African PMP Denel ammo in 223 with the impala on the box? 500 rounds boxed for $69. I must have bought and shot at least 10 cases of that stuff. Never a weak load or misfire. Brass was better than PMC.

    Clinton Banned the importation of the PMP ammo, now the Russians now get cheap ammo from PMP Denel.
    I say lets all remove the warning labels and let nature take its course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinjmpr View Post
    1 - 1.5 is acceptable to me. I doubt my 18" barreled AR is any better.
    It's a fantastic rifle. Does anyone know how to attach photos over the tiny limit? I have a couple photos of some tight groups I shot back to back with the Mini

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will1776 View Post
    It's a fantastic rifle. Does anyone know how to attach photos over the tiny limit? I have a couple photos of some tight groups I shot back to back with the Mini
    You can use ?Tap a Talk? to attach larger photos.
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