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Leapers UTG Ruger Mini-14 or Mini-30 Mount and Rings Easy Install No Gunsmithing

Leapers UTG
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Easy to install scope mount uses your rifles side plate for mounting. This ease to install scope mount requires no gunsmithing and comes complete with 1" Weaver style rings. This versatile mount will fit all Mini-14 and Mini 30 models with side plates.

Specifications and Features:
Precision Machined from Aircraft Grade Aluminum Alloy with Maximum Strength
Includes insert block to us in place of the bolt locking cover plate as the mounting base
Intelligent design with elevation adjustment tension screws and thumb knob for rock solid locking
5" long top rail with 12 slots for versatile accessory applications
Optimum profile with see-thru feature for use of iron sights
Fits the Mini-14, Mini Thirty and Ranch Rifle
Simple and friendly installation, no gunsmithing or tools required
Includes 1" Weaver rings 
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"was going to order he 700 but since it was on back order for 4 bucks more i got the 300. well worth it. easy to install,adjusts just fine. doesnt take a college i.d. card to install. u just get extra rings!"
2.0 5
"The cover plate that replaced the original broke the third time I shot the gun. The scope would never level out or stay on zero due to the two allen screw adjustments. They would not tighten down enough and kept the scope wobbly. Nice rings though but they won't fit the original base. I'll have to spend a little more and just buy Ruger Mini 14 rings that will fit the base that's made into the gun. You get what you pay for I guess. This is the first product since two years of using CTD that I have not been satisifed with."
2.0 5
"Regardless of tightness the side mount would allow the scope to move and accuracy of course was quickly gone. Good idea that didnt work."
4.0 5
"This mount will work if you modify it . I have a mini 14 GB model (government/law enforcement). To get this mount to stay in place i had to drill a 032. hole in the side mount locking screw and another 032. hole in the mount , then i used aircraft lockwire to secure the locking screw to the mount, it was extremely accurate all holes were touching at 100 yard's, this was with a cheap 3x9x50 scope. I know this sounds like alot of work but the whole job took about 10 minutes. Any type of smaller gauge wire will do."
1.0 5
"If there were a negative rating then I would give it to this product. IT IS A PIECE OF JUNK! I have an old B-Square mount that was not a \uFFFDsee under\uFFFD style and I wanted to have that feature to utilize my open sights w/o removing the scope, plus offer some protection to the bottom of my scope from ejected brass. The see under B-Square mount was sold out, so I figured I\uFFFDd try the Leapers mount for half the price. BIG MISTAKE. \"No Gunsmithing\" ??? Yeah, right!Although the mount would tighten securely to the threaded plate once installed on the rifle, it would not pull tight to the side of the receiver, thus allowing the mount to rock side to side even with the set screws run down to the receiver. Being somewhat handy in the shop with power tools & metal fabrication, I removed a significant amount of material from the inside portion of the mount with a Dremel, sanding drum and carbide cutting tip. After much cutting & fitting, eventually this allowed the mount to clamp tightly to the receiver. But that is not where the problems end.I brought this to the range to sight in and fired about 200 round in the course of the afternoon. I found the threaded plate to be too \uFFFDshort\uFFFD top to bottom and had to almost completely turn down the mount set screws to take up the slack, otherwise the scope would loosen up and lose zero. This then prevented the bolt hold-open pin in the mount from being able to actuate the pin in the receiver. But wait, the problems continue \uFFFDDuring the firing session, I had to repeatedly retighten the big thumbscrew as it kept loosening up (noticed the threads were much smaller diameter than my old B-Square thumbscrew). When I got back home I took off the mount and found that the threaded plate had deformed (bowed outward) from my tightening and cracked vertically thru the middle. This was just a cheap piece of cast metal, not solid steel like the B-Square plate. It could not even survive hand tightening (never used a tool to "
1.0 5
"I had one of these on my Mini and I was walking through the woods one day with the rifle (shoulder slung) and my 150 dollar scope fell on the ground behind me (fortunately, I heard it). I'm not sure if the scope was damaged yet, haven't had a chance to zero it. I'm just lucky I didn't lose the scope and some of the gun parts. The plate these scope mounts supply broke right in the center where the hole was tapped in it. It is obviously very weak. Don't buy one of these. I think it was made out of aluminum. They always advertise \"Aircraft grade aluminum\" Think about it, do you want your barrel made out of aluminum? I remember when scope mounts were made out of something called steel. We used to make that here in America. Anybody else remember this?"
2.0 5
"Well I read what you all said and bought this anyways.So far it is a big mistake, but I am going to find a way to make it work. 3 shots and it was loose. I went the cheap route on a scope as well just to see what I was up against.A good thing though is that I was able to use the open sights of the rifle."