Closest thing I have seen is from Tapco: Cabela's -- Tapco® Collapsible Mini-14/30 Stock
This is a discussion on AR15 style stock for Mini-14 within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I am looking for an AR15 style stock as a direct drop-in, no fitting required, replacement for my mini 14. I love the feel of ...
I am looking for an AR15 style stock as a direct drop-in, no fitting required, replacement for my mini 14. I love the feel of the more tacticial AR but cannot justify buying a whole new rifle, when all I want to change is the stock. I was hoping a few of you experts might give me some ideas or places to buy such a thing if it exists. I think I have a special interest in collapsible stocks as opposed to fixed or folding.
So where can I buy a tactical AR15 style collapsible stock as a direct drop in (no adjustment needed) to my mini 14? Thanks in advance.
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Sage makes one: Sage International, Ltd.
As does Troy: Mini-14® MCS Basic Package - Black, but they're awfully expensive.
If you want collapsible, take a look at the Choate stocks. I have this one for my 10/22, and it works great. Very solid, and the stock doesn't move whether it's open or closed: CHOATE Machine & Tool, Inc. - Mini-14 Folding Stock
Hey Dirkster...you beat me to the Choate. I was just about to send that PIC to our gallery & then post it here.
Cylde Armory Scar Stock. 500 bucks. Expensive, but not when compared to some AR rail systems that run 300 bucks or stocks that run 200.
I had one, worked just fine. Will probably double the weight of the weapon however.
The SCAR stock from Clyde Armory is made by Sage International, unless Clyde has quite recently found another vendor. I have one on one of my Minis. It is a QUALITY piece of furniture! I got around the high Clyde Armory price by buying a pre-owned Mini with the stock; the dealer priced the Mini, seemingly, as just another nice used Mini. I do believe Ruger made one run of Minis with the Sage stock as an OEM item, before going to the cheaper alternative they use now. (I had handled a Mini with a Sage stock that was in a dealer's new inventory, anyway.)
Check out Ruger's web site. Now that they are selling a Mini-14 Tactical with that kind of stock, (I think it is a Tapco) they may offer the stock as a replacement part.