Harry is correct in many LEO and Dept. of Corrections that use the
Mini 14s, use the GI ammo
My 181 series digests both without
a difference in function or accuracy. Handloads have tweaked the
accuracy somewhat, but a target rifle, mine is not. Yep, a keeper
for fail-safe and reasonable short range rifle
Maybe a bit over
priced, but what isn't? Price of high cap mags is sinful
ever mine even uses the the cheaper aftermarket without a hitch.
I do load a few rounds less than capacity. If you wonder about the
223/Military, think about this. Pushing a 311/312 bullet down a .308,
as in the Mini 30. It's in the chamber and probably some freebore.
Don't own one of these, but I'm told these are not MOA either, but
still work great!
Nope, don't think I will rechamber my chrome barreled Bushy, and
don't hesitate to use either. Also handloads in the same pressure range
are not a concern of mine. For the type chamber recommended that I
understand will improve accuracy for some, I would order an upper with
those specs. The chrome moly would work for a rechamber, but make
sure you use a recommended smith to do the work, or THE FACTORY!