GG&G MINI-14 RUGER SCOPE MOUNT
MFG Part Number: GGG-1519
The Perfect Scope Mount for Your Ruger Mini-14 Rifle
You’ve just added the perfect scope to your new Ruger Mini-14 rifle and you want to mount it onto your rifle, but there’s no scope mount specifically designed for that model of gun. What do you do? You could go with one of those universal scope mounts, but then you run the risk of compromising your accuracy or even permanently damaging your brand new scope. The better option would be to get the GG&G MINI-14 RUGER SCOPE MOUNT, which was designed specifically to fit perfectly on your Ruger Mini-14.
Choosing the right mount
When it comes to scope mounts, there are a lot of factors to consider. But if you’re looking for the perfect mount for your Ruger Mini-14 rifle, look no further than the GG&G Mini-14 Ruger Scope Mount. This mount is designed specifically for the Mini-14, so you know it will fit perfectly. Plus, it’s made from high-quality materials, so you can be sure it will last.
Attaching the mount to your gun
The first thing you need to do is remove the factory-installed scope mount, if there is one. Next, using a 4mm hex wrench, remove the two screws located on the top of the receiver. With the screws removed, you can now slide the GG&G MINI-14 RUGER SCOPE MOUNT onto the receiver. Once it is in place, replace the screws and tighten them down. That’s it! You’re now ready to attach your favorite scope and hit the range.
How to line up your scope
To line up your scope, first make sure the mount is level. Next, center the crosshairs on the target. Adjust the windage and elevation screws until the crosshairs are lined up with the target. Repeat this process until the crosshairs are where you want them. Finally, tighten all screws to secure the scope in place.
How to zero your rifle
The first step is to make sure your rifle is unloaded. Next, you’ll need to mount the GG&G Mini-14 Ruger Scope Mount onto your rifle. Once the mount is in place, you’ll need to find a spot on a wall or other surface that’s about 25 yards away. Place your rifle so that the barrel is resting on something solid, like a table or a chair. Then, using the included Allen wrench, tighten or loosen the screws until the crosshairs are lined up with the spot on the wall. Finally, fire three shots and adjust as necessary until the shots are clustered together in the center of the target.