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Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF102371973

Key Features

  • Action - Semi-Auto

  • Caliber - .223 Rem.

  • Barrel Length - 18-1/2"

  • Weight - 7.4 Lbs.

  • Sights - Fixed Front/Peep Rear

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Product Description
ruger For decades, Ruger Mini-14 rifles have been the choice for applications ranging from the farm and ranch, to the deep woods, to personal defense. Their short barrels and overall short length make them favorites in any application where maneuverability and ease of handling are priorities. Specifically designed for mounting today's scopes or other optical sighting systems, these rifles include a side ejection to clear the top mounted scope, and a patented recoil buffer which protects the scope from damage or shifting the point of impact as the semi-automatic action cycles. The simple, rugged Garand-style action with breachbolt locking system, a fixed-position gas system, and a self-cleaning moving gas cylinder provide unparalleled reliability under harsh operating conditions. This rifle includes a UTG Four-Way TAC rail, a B-Square scope mount, one 20-round magazine, and one 30-round magazine. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.

Model Mini-14
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Semi-Auto
Caliber .223 Rem.
Barrel Length 18-1/2"
Weight 7.4 Lbs.
Sights Fixed Front/Peep Rear
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety 2-Position
Capacity 20-Round/30-Round
Stock Condition Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 12-7/8"
Date of Manf. 1978

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