Ruger Mini 14 for sale Online
The Ruger Mini 14 for sale is a robust, reliable, and time-tested gas-operated rifle with Garand-style action. With its fixed piston gas system and self-cleaning cylinder, this high-powered firearm is ultra-reliable in harsh and unforgiving conditions. For the Ruger Mini 14 price you get a gun of unparalleled performance with features including a cold hammer-forged barrel, integral scope mounts with included scope rings, ghost ring rear aperture and a non-glare, protected blade front sights, and a drilled and tapped receiver ready to accept the included Picatinny rail. Available in Ranch, Tactical, and Target models, and offered in 300 Blackout, 5.56 NATO, and even 7.62×39, this rifle is a must-have for your home defense and hunting arsenal.
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The Ruger Mini 14 for sale was first introduced in 1973 by Ruger. Designed by L. James Sullivan and William B. Ruger, the rifle employs an investment-cast, heat-treated receiver and a version of the Garand locking mechanism with a self-cleaning, short-stroke, fixed-piston gas system. The rifle’s intentional operational and design similarities to the M14 are reflected by the name: it is a “Mini M14,” smaller in size and chambered in a smaller round. The rifle is available in stainless or blued finish with hardwood, synthetic, or laminated stocks and an 18.5-inch barrel. Target models are currently chambered only for .223, not 5.56x45mm, and come with a 22-inch heavy barrel and either a laminated wood or Hogue overmolded synthetic stock. The Mini-14 has a classic sporter appearance in contrast to other common autoloading rifles such as the AK-47 and M16 rifle. A new for 2008 National Rifle Association model comes with a 16.25inch barrel, polymer stock, and (where legal) ships with two 20 round magazines.
Buy Ruger Mini 14 is similar in appearance to the M14 and M1 Carbine service rifles and is sized in between the two, and while its operating principles are most similar to the M1 Carbine, the manual of arms is more like the M14. The Mini-14 is usually referred as a substitute to the Armalite AR-15 due to its lighter weight, although it is known for being slightly less accurate than AR style rifles.
Many complaints have been lodged regarding the accuracy of this weapon, however as of 2005 Ruger re-designed the Mini-14 to include a thicker barrel and better sights which has helped with the accuracy issue. It should also be noted that at 100–200 meters a 2″ inch group is not unusual with proper ammunition and bench rested for a Mini-14. While this is not sniper quality shooting it does make for a perfect hunting or general use weapon.