Ruger Mini-14 and Mini-30 Ruger Mini-14 and Mini-30 family of rifles

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Old 09-07-2012, 19:57   #1
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Anyone get their hands on one of these?

Ruger Mini-14 223, SS, Black Laminate, 30 Rd Mag - Impact Guns

looks beautiful, would look nice with my GSR
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Old 09-07-2012, 20:10   #2
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Old 09-08-2012, 04:38   #3
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Very nice. I've seen the laminated stock on the 10/22 and it is real cool. I wonder if a 10-round version of this rifle will become available here in California.
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That is what my Mini-14 is, Model 5858.

Mine is a 581 Series. I have put 500 rounds down range from it so far with no problems whatsoever.

On mine the stock looks greenish. When I saw it, I wanted it bad and put it on layaway right then.
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That's my gal! Got her at a gunshow for the regular SS ranch price, Don't know how they made a profit off that, I've seen the laminate stock by itself for $190.
They had it sitting next to a SS ranch with synthetic stock, both for the same price.
Duh!! no brainer!
It was love at first sight, Seriously though, I've never become so attached to anything that quick. I think I payed $699 before tax. And yes that is one sexy smooth gun...
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there is one @ a local pawn for $625. supposedly it is n.i.b. never fired still has the tag hanging from the stock.
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