Ruger Mini-14 Magazine Promotion

Ruger Mini-14 Magazine Promotion

Fans of Ruger Mini-14 Target Rifles and Mini-14 Ranch Rifles can purchase Ruger manufactured 20-round magazines for a discount.

Southport, CT November 4, 2008--Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc announces an "Inaugural Special" for Mini-14 20-round magazines that runs from Election Day to Inauguration Day.



From November 4, 2008 to January 20, 2009, fans of the Ruger Mini-14 Target Rifles and Mini-14 Ranch Rifles, both chambered for .223 Remington, can purchase Ruger manufactured 20-round magazines (regularly priced at $39.95) for only $29.95. This special offer is only available through the Ruger On-line Store. Please note that these magazines are not available where state or local regulations limit magazine capacity to less than 20 rounds.


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." All Mini-14 rifles come from the factory with integral scope mounts.


For 2008 only, Ruger is offering a special edition NRA Mini-14 rifle. This rifle ships with two, 20-round magazines and a portion of the sales from each rifle is donated to the NRA Institute for Legislative Action to support its ongoing efforts in defending our Second Amendment rights. The NRA Mini-14 features a blued finish and 16-1/8" barrel in a patented black Hogue OverMolded stock, and the grip cap of the stock features an NRA metal gold-tone logo.

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