Ruger Mini 14 GB (gov’t bayonet)

Ruger Mini 14 GB (gov’t bayonet)

This Mini 14 is a first production run model and very rare. It is FACTORY NEW and not a piece-part gun. This Ruger Mini 14 GB (gov’t bayonet) will arrive to you in its original box. You will not find this rifle in any Ruger catalogs as it is a GB (580- prefix serial number). Ruger is NO longer stamping the receivers "Law Enforcement/Government use Only" Ruger has done its homework on this rifle. It features flash suppressor, full rail system, 6-position collapsible stock, pistol grip, and multiple sling connection options. It has a 16-inch stainless steel barrel and comes with the original Ruger 20 round magazine. Ruger no longer puts bayonet lugs on their GB models.

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5 years 32 weeks ago, 2:00 PM

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5 years 32 weeks ago, 2:09 PM

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for a start price of only $1785.00 plus shipping... gunbrokers.com

5 years 32 weeks ago, 2:17 PM

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5 years 32 weeks ago, 2:34 PM

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5 years 32 weeks ago, 2:36 PM

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5 years 28 weeks ago, 3:05 PM

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But Mini-14s are garbage. I've had two, and both of them sucked balls. I have heard aftermarket magazines are the biggest problem, but even if that's so, a rifle that picky has no place in my house. Looks nice, though.

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5 years 2 weeks ago, 5:14 AM

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geez the shit you say makes me laugh,that is one butt ugly mini-14,i got my mini-14 in 1985 and haven't had any trouble except one bad magazine,which i beat back into shape.I wouldn't own a weapon that malfunctioned either,no time for that shit.
I would like a bayonet lug on my rem 870 tho,for a really sick reason,so the lug should come with therapy sessions.

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5 years 16 weeks ago, 12:05 AM

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Ruger Mini-14

I don't care much for the new currently made Ruger Ranch rifle Mini-14 or Mini-30's myself. The 180 series Mini-14, and some of the early beginning of the year production 181 series Mini-14's are outstanding rifles though. I've had the 180 series and still currently own the earliest version 181 series Mini-14. It's accurate out to it's limits. I've owned it for many years and it has never even acted like it wanted to jam regardless of what type or brand of ammo I feed it, and I have Factory and aftermarket magazines I use with it. I'm the type of guy that if any semi-auto I own burps wrong one time, I take it apart for inspection but, regardless of if I find the problem and fix it or it was the magazine or ammo that caused the problem, I still send that baby down the road to someone else. I will not keep any semi-auto firearm that malfunctions, not even one time. I've taken many, many deer with my 181 series Mini-14 and used only the open peep sight that came on the rifle to do it. I took one neck shot on a deer at 165 yards and it dropped like a sack of potatoes. That's all I could see of the deer, the head with a rack and it's neck because the body was behind a tree, and it was the last day of the season for me. I wouldn't have taken the shot if I didn't think I could make it. I have not shot the newer Ruger Mini-14 Target rifle yet though, from all the reports I've gotten from several reliable friends that own one and have shot them, they say it's as accurate as Ruger claims it to be. There were some non-favorable comments about the adjustable harmonic dampener on it. Several friends told me that it doesn't even feel like a Mini-14 while holding it. They did say the common loud report from the rifle is still there like the ones of old had. I may have to put hands on one of these to try it out for myself.

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5 years 2 weeks ago, 5:42 AM

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are the ones that result in one-hole five shot groups at 100 yds. That's group therapy. I'm trying to think of a good item to bayonet and blow off the end of my shotgun. The other video on here shows a guy doing it with a head of lettuce, I might try a pork loin or cat.

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