Ruger’s Special Edition Mini-14 Rifle to benefit NRA-ILA will only be produced in 2008 and will raise money for the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, the legislative arm of the NRA that is committed to protecting our second amendment rights. The Mini-14 Rifle features a blued finish and 16-1/8″ barrel in a patented black Hogue® OverMolded™ stock. The grip cap of the stock features an NRA metal gold-tone logo. This special rifle is chambered for .223 Remington and ships with two 20-round magazines.
The Ruger® Mini-14® series of rifles has been extremely popular since first introduced in 1974. Long considered simple, rugged, and reliable, these rifles have proven so popular around the woods, farm, and ranch that they earned the nickname “Ranch Rifle,” which is the name Ruger now uses to describe all Mini-14 rifles that come from the factory with integral scope mounting features.
Patented Hogue® OverMolded™ stocks are constructed by molding a super strong and rigid fiberglass reinforced insert or “skeleton” that precisely fits the firearms action. The stocks are then OverMolded with an exclusive rubber compound. This provides the ultimate in shooting comfort, is non-slip in adverse weather and creates a super quiet finish while walking in wooded or brushy country.
For more information on the special limited edition NRA Ruger Mini-14 rifle and the extensive line of Ruger products and services, visit www.ruger.com.
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by Tactical-Life.com / Feb 14, 2008