Ruger Mini 14 Trigger Job and Ruger Mini 30 Upgrades

Ruger Mini-14 & Mini-30 Trigger Spring Kit (19998866777)

4.95 stars, based on 114 reviews
Ruger Mini-14 & Mini-30 Trigger Spring Kit Consists of a custom designed and manufactured Sear Spring Upgrade Upgrade your Ruger Mini 14 Trigger with High Performance Ruger Mini 14 Trigger Parts made right here in America! Introducing the M*CARBO...
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Just installed the new spring. Haven't been to the range yet but i can already tell the trigger pull is lighter. The instruction video these guys put up helped with the install a lot.

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The new spring lessened and smoothed out the trigger pull. Good videos made the change pretty simple. No surprises.

West Virginia

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Very happy with the new Mini-14 trigger spring - only dry-fired it so far, but expect great results at the range.

Installation went well, pretty much just as in the video. My old fingers are a bit sore this morning from applying more tension than I'm used to, but very glad I bought the spring.

Thanks much!

Buffalo

A little disappointed

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The mini 30 gets a lot of it's "gritty" trigger feel from the fact that all the trigger parts are cast alloy. This leaves a very rough surface and mold seams on the seer, trigger, and trigger lock. My trigger was coming in right at 6#s before I did any thing. Another problem with the mini 30 is FTF due to the harder primers on Russian and Chinese ammo. I ordered a high power Wolf hammer spring since Chris doesn't sell one, and a softer seer spring from M-Carbo. I polished all the cast parts lightly and installed the seer spring. It had ZERO effect. I'm still @ six pounds and haven't installed the hammer spring yet.

I'll tear it down and do some more polishing but the seer spring didn't improve anything.

Maine

About 1 pound difference

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This decreased the trigger pull on my 186 series mini by about 1 pound, specifically a decrease from about 5.5 pounds to about 4.5 pounds. I was happy to see this and think this improvement will help, although getting this old, pencil barrel and supposedly 1:7" twist rifle to shoot well may require some more modifications, like a barrel strut.

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