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I have been shooting my Mini-30 for a few years now, mainly just for fun, some IPSC style 3 gun stuff, and misc. other things. The rifle is great, its reliable as hell, light on the shoulder, packs a good wallop, and is an all around neat weapon. The only thing that stinks is the accuracy. I've poked around quite a few threads and have found that, for the money, bedding the action and throwing on that BW muzzle brakes are the two best ways to cut down on inches. (Only in this sport do we want less inches for chrissakes). Problem is, i have no idea how to bed the action or where to look to find out, and I can only find the BW muzzle brakes for mini14's. ARS has some wild stuff but dang its pricey and i really am only looking to spend less than 75 bucks to get this rifle up to par. Any help ya'll can provide would be great. Thanks in advance
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Welcome to the forum Keloftu. Muzzle brake for the mini-30 you want Stainless or blue?

If you've bedded a stock before with good results then the James Mason article would pretty much do it for ya. However if you haven't bedded a rifle before especially a mini, I would recommend Mike Knifongs video. Its not a hollywood production but a down home video where mike shows you how to bed any stock for the mini. I watched it, and felt very confident I could do it. Its 2 hrs, and also shows ya how to swap out the gas port bushing.
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