I got to say thanks for a great
product! There are not many products out there that even work, much less do what
they say they will do. The Accu-strut worked better than I could have hoped for.
I went from 5-inch groups to 1.5" with Black Hills 50gr.
V-max, Federal 60gr. Nosler Partition, Corbon DPX 53gr. The best was 1.25, and
the worst was 1.5. From minute-of-paper-plate to inch-and-a-half. Just can't believe it. Again I
want to say thank's for a great product!
All I can say is I went from 3 shots on a 12x12 sheet of paper to a
1.5" group (5 shots at 100 yards). With Wolf ammo. It's hard to
Thought I'd add to your
ever-growing testimonials...(before adding strut) groups were about 2-inches at
Then you came out with Accu-strut and I thought now that makes sense,
so I dusted off the Mini and put one on...loaded up some Hornaday 55gn V-max
powered by 27.5gn BLC-2 and printed three sub-minute groups of 5 shots
-R.T., Florence OR
I shot my mini-30 today for the
first time with the strut installed. Various loads & all shot a lot tighter
groups than ever before...my initial tests show an honest 50% reduction in
group size & the flyer was also reduced considerably...
This thing flat out works.
UPS brought my Accu-strut today
and the unit looks very nice...My Mini 14 normally shoots 4-5 inch MOA but with
the 'strut I got 1" groups @ 50 yards...(at 100 yards) groups
dropped from 4 to 5 inches MOA to 2 to 3 inches (mostly 2 to 2.5).
It has improved my Mini 14's performance to where it is now an acceptable short
range predator hunting rifle (my predator hunting is normally at <100 yards).
When I find the ammo it prefers I expect the shot groups will shrink even more.
Thank you...for a much needed product. I will keep you posted on any
improvements as they develop.
"The improvement was very
noticeable with it on..."
"Small--REAL small groups!"
Today was the first outing with
the strut installed. Also was testing some reloads in .223 rem...
The "Ol Mule" put together 5 shots: 4 touchingand a "flyer" 3/8-inch off the group at 50 yds...and some other nice
This thing flat out worked wonders! I was getting 4" with this thing with
commercial ammo before. Your product changed my opinion on keeping this rifle
and buying something else in .223 Rem. You have a very good product and should
be commended for your hard work! Thanks!
-R.G., Milwaukee WI
The improvement was very
noticeable with it on...
I fired a couple of 10-shot groups which clearly showed that Accustrut tightened
my groups. I could NEVER shoot 10-shot groups that tightly with my Mini before
Even on a (gunsmith) modified rifle, I noticed improved group size.
Small--REAL small groups! Been
using Fed 55 softpoint and Win 3131A with some Fed American Eagle 62 FMJ for
good measure....On paper you can actually track and sight in your shots- it just
works man. As you can tell, I'm quite ecstatic!
181 stainless, 55gr.fmj military
surplus, 5 shot group 100 yds , Ranch Products scout mount that replaces upper
gas block, 2x leupold pistol scope...
Without Accu-strut 4.25"...with Accu-strut 2.25" with one flyer. Without
the flyer the group was 1.15" center to center. THIS IS MILITARY
SURPLUS AMMO!!! How can I thank you enough.
-Steve in the Texas Hill Country
The Accu-Strut has made my
Mini-14 more accurate than I am; at least 50% reduction in group size.
It's the absolute best accuracy you can get for the money when it comes to
Mini-14s! If you don't do anything else to your rifle, get an Accu-strut!
"If you shoot well with all of your rifles but struggle with
the mini, do not hesitate to put an Accu Strut on that rifle. You will
see a tremendous improvement in grouping and overall
I want you to know how happy I am with the Accu-Strut. I am not a
score-keeping marksman, but the Mini held its own against my AR. I shot
both rifles. The contest should not (have been) close, but it was. The
Mini had just a little bit more dispersion compared to my Armalite. When
I was showing the targets to friends, I got them confused because they
were so similar.
I am sorry that I don't have any hard statistics to back up my claim,
but count on me as a happy customer. I should have photographed the
targets for you. Is happy good enough?
What a great little product. I have a newer 581 series Ranch Rifle and
it had been troublesome on accuracy since purchase. Even with the barrel
cold there was always one "flyer" in a 5 round group. While my absolute
grouping hasn't improved by much with the strut, gone are the flyers
that were over 6 inches from the rest of the group. I can say that I'm
very satisfied with the consistency the rifle now exhibits. I would
consider this rifle junk without the Accu-strut. Dare I say with a
bedded stock and trigger work this Mini might impress people with its
accuracy. I would be happy if you wanted to add my testimonial to the
many you already have.
All the way, AIRBORNE!
I recently installed an accustrut on my mini-14 581 series rifle.
The accuracy was never horrible, but I was looking to see what could
be done to further enhance it. Now, not only does she look great, she
shot the smallest group I have ever shot today! I shot a 3 shot group
after zeroing in my new EOtech, at 50 yards. Took a look through my
spotting scope, and all I could see was one hole:
At first, I thought
I shanked two of them WAAAYYY off. When the firing line was clear I
walked down range to put a new target up, and I couldnt be more
surprised when I noticed all three shots in ONE jagged hole! Deciding
to try 100 yards, I moved the same target down range, deciding to make
it a 5 shot group. Unfortunately I forgot the trajectory would take it
half inch high at 100 when zeroed at 50. None-the-less, the 5-shot
ended up at .937" and thats great in my book! To top it off, the
three shot was .187"!! I’ve never seen anyone at the range do
My mini is finished…Here's
how she went together: Started with an accustrut. That brought her down from
not hitting the (12 x 12") paper at a hundred (yards) to 2.5".
(Then) had Gundoc do a trigger job, install a Weaver adaptable rail, glass bed the
wood stock (which I later replaced with the Choate pistol grip stock)
change the gas bushing, install a recoil buffer and he sent the barrel
out to be frozen while the rest of the work was being done. I installed
a flash hider, a Weaver 4X scope and a higher cheek piece to give me a
better spot weld. I like heavy bullets so I went to the Sierra 65gr spbt
with 25gr AA 2520 and CCI 400 Primers…
…It's a little
weird but its ok. When I start shooting with a clean barrel and cold gun
she will shoot into 1-1/4" all day long. Let her get
dirty and hot and she goes into under .75 and I've seen a half
inch. Naturally this is at 100yrds. I'm not cleaning her this
time and will take her out again dirty and see how she shoots but no
matter a mini that shoots no larger than inch and a quarter is fine by
below) was shot this morning at 112 yrds, full 20 round mag and fired
starting with a cold dirty barrel non stop till all rounds were fired
and gun was hot. I'm a happy man, my bench isn't near as stable as a
concrete one, my bags are not the best in the business and the operator
is 64 years old and quite possibly not as good a shot as he used to be.
20 shots just under 1-1/2" will work for me anytime.
I just want to let you know how
satisfied I am with the Accu-strut. Before installation of the Accu-strut, my
184 series Mini 14 was grouping 4 inches or larger. Today with the Accu-strut
installed, I put 8 rounds into an inch at 50 yards with iron sights.
I just sat there for a minute to collect my thoughts. I was amazed. Thanks for a
great product. I've already put another Accu-strut on my Christmas list for my
-Best Regards from the great state of Texas