Ruger Mini 14 Rifle
The Ruger Mini-14 Carbine is a smaller, civilian inspired version of the M-14, the former US main battle rifle. It is a semi-automatic centerfire rifle that is not known for its high accuracy, but it is a dependable gun that uses surplus ammo (if you can still find .308 surplus)
Country of Origin: USA
Year of Origin: 1973
Countries of Manufacture: America
Ammunition: .308 winchester civilian / 7.62x51mm NATO
Fire Type: Semi- Automatic (5-30 rounds - 5 in Canada)
Legal Classification*: Non-Restricted
Approximate Value: 600-1200
Notes: comes in several different versions including a target model, a varmit model, a synthetic model, and in the original vanilla wood stock. Referred to as the Ranch rifle since 2005.
This is one of the more popular rifles sold by Ruger. You can get it in Canada and abroad. We will be an Ontario based retailer of this fine weapon.
Where to buy
We plan on selling the mini-14 and all the variants. On this site you will also be able to buy the Mini-30, the Mini-6.8 and much, much more
The NRA version of the mini 14
Since the Mini-14 was so popular, Ruger introduced sister models that are chambered to fire different ammunition calibres. Other than the ammunition they fire, they are otherwise nearly identical. They are as follows:
- The Mini-30 (Mini-Thirty) | uses the 7.62x39mm a popular military surplus ammo round available in Canada
- Mini-6.8 | 6.8 mm Remington SPC.
Recently all three model variants have been marketed as the "Ruger Ranch Rifle"
* legal information is provided as is and may not be up to date or correct. Consult with your local Chief firearms officer to ensure that we have got it right. For that matter any information provided about guns may not be 100% accurate. We try our best, but everyone makes mistakes.