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The eight screws holding the scope in the rings have held, but the two big screws holding the rings to the receiver are a little bit loose - not as bad as before but still not perfect. Any suggestions?
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Blue or purple Loctite, plus proper torque.

Unless your rings are poorly made, or out of spec, that should be all you need. And I've never had either of those issues with Ruger factory rings before.

I'd recommend looking online or contacting Ruger, to see what they recommend for torque on their scope rings, then invest in a quality inch-pound torque screwdriver to ensure you're meeting those torque specs.
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Originally posted by newmexican:
Where I live, pretty much everybody if not everybody has a mini 14. they do everything with them including hunting moose and bears.

Saw an interesting Globetrekker episode some years that took place in Greenland and the commentator accompanied a Danish fellow hunting reindeer w/ a Mini-14.

53 Jesus said to them, “Very truly I tell you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.

Read Quod Apostolici Muneris (1878) LEO XIII. This Pope warned us about the Socialists before most folks knew what a Socialist was...
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