Ruger Mini-14

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posted on June 11, 2012
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Decades old and still vastly popular, Ruger's Mini-14 has few limits. The company's miniaturized version of the legendary M14, the Mini-14 is ideal for use on the farm and ranch, in the woods, at the range or for personal defense.

Available in a variety of configurations—the Ranch Rifle version is featured here—the Mini-14 can be adapted to suit any gun owners' personal requirements, and it's that versatility that has made it one of the most recognized firearms in the industry.

Ruger's Mini-14 is a classic, and is without a doubt something that belongs in any gun owner's collection. If that doesn't make a firearm the Gun of the Week, what does?

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem.
Front Site:
Blade
Rear Site:
Adjustable
Barrel Length:
16.12” to 22”
Overall Length:
34” to 43.25”
Capacity:
5 or 20
Twist:
1:9" RH
Weight:
6.75 to 9.5 lbs.
MSRP:
$881 to $1,099

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