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A compact autoloader similar to the Mini-14 the Ruger Mini Thirty is a rugged and lightweight rifle with a Garand-style action with breechbolt locking system fixed-piston gas system and self-cleaning moving gas cylinder providing reliability even in less than desirable conditions. The cold hammer-forged barrel offers longevity accuracy and easy cleaning and patented scope mounts are machined on the receiver for stable mounting of scope rings. Chambered in 7.62x39mm and easy to handle the Mini Thirty is an ideal rifle for hunting home defense and everything in between.
Action Auto - Caliber 7.62x39 - Capacity 20 - Barrel Length 18.5 - Front Sight Blade - Rear Sight Adjustable - Grooves 6 - Twist 110 RH - Stock Black Synthetic - Finish Matte - Material Stainless Steel - Overall Length 37.5 - Length of Pull 13 - Weight 6.7 lbs. - For decades Ruger Mini-14 rifles and Mini Thirty rifles have been the choice for applications ranging from the farm and ranch to the deep woods to personal defense. Their short barrels and overall short length make them favorites in any application where maneuverability and ease of handling are priorities. With a variety of configurations there is a Mini-14 or Mini Thirty to meet any demand. Specifically designed for mounting todays scopes or other optical sighting systems these rifles include a side ejection to clear the top mounted scope and a patented recoil buffer which protects the scope from damage or shifting the point of impact as the semi-automatic action cycles. This Mini Thirty Rifle is chambered in 7.62 x 39mm and has proven itself as the ideal autoloader for deer-size game. It features a black synthetic stock 18.5 barrel with a stainless steel finish and has a 2-round capacity.
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