I was at a local gun shop today and they have some factory 30 rd mags for my mini 14! The only bad thing is they were $45 and they did not have any 20 rnd mags! May have to get one anyway.
I think CDNN is selling Ruger factory 20 rounders for the same price this week. I've heard of feeding issues with the Ruger 30 round Mini 14 magazines. That's why I stick to the 20 round mags.I did pick up a 20 rd mag, Ruger factory for $26 over the weekend, the store only had 1. They are having a liquidation sale at a LGS and I was looking for anything that could be of use.
I'm far from being an expert; I've heard that Thermold are junk. I'm sad to say that I've heard that pretty much everything except Ruger factory mags are junk (jury seems to still be out on Tapco Gen II mags).The Sportsmans Guide has a 3 pack of Thermold 30 round Mini-14 mags for $25, ae they any good?
Hmmm.Tomahawk- said:I'm far from being an expert; I've heard that Thermold are junk. I'm sad to say that I've heard that pretty much everything except Ruger factory mags are junk (jury seems to still be out on Tapco Gen II mags).
See my post on page 1 of this thread: Hoffman's (www.hoffgun.com) has (or did a couple weeks ago) 30-round Ruger mags for $30.Hmmm.
Ah well, I was looking for some higher cap mags (I still only have the 5 rounder) but the only Factory I've been able to find is 30 and it's $60.
Yes. Any of them. For some reason in the Ruger Mini 14, any venture away from factory magazines usually will always result in disappointment. It's less of a problem now since Ruger is selling them to the public, and the price on them has come down. Before it was not uncommon to see them selling for $50.00 to $65.00 each for 20 round models. Now you can find them priced in the twenties.Even Tapco?