How Do You Field-Strip A Ruger Mini 14 Rifle?
A Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle is a popular among small game hunters, law enforcement, prison tower snipers, target shooters and the average firearms enthusiasts. It is chambered for the .223 (5.56) caliber U.S. military and commercial cartridges or rounds. The Ruger Mini-14 is highly customizable, with a variety of accessories that can be purchased to modify the rifle to your certain needs or personal style. It is built in a durable sense to insure reliability under various field operating conditions. At roughly 6 pounds and 6 ounces, the Ruger Mini-14 is built with the factors that all Ruger firearms are created by and that are Ruger’s principles of design and construction. The Mini-14 is built with a fixed piston and mobile cylinder gas operating system, with a short stroke piston similar to its cousin the M14 but differs with its self cleaning design. Like all Ruger firearms, the Mini-14 is built strong at the lightest weight possible with the best materials this beautiful earth can o