Sturm Ruger & Co. Inc.
This rifle is designated as model K Mini-14 30 GBF and is chambered in .223 Remington. The rifle was produced in May 1982 in Newport, NH Facility and shipped to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol in Oklahoma City, OK.
The Ruger Mini-14 GB (“Government Bayonet”) model features a pistol grip with a side folding stock, a 20-round magazine, bayonet lug, threaded barrel, and flash suppressor. Intended for law enforcement, military and private security markets , however some have entered the civilian market.
The K Mini-14 is a gas operated, semi-automatic only weapon which uses Garand-type rotary bolt with two lugs. The action is operated by the long-stroke gas piston, which is located below the barrel and is concealed within the forend of the stock. The gas piston has a cup-shaped head, and is linked to the bolt via Garand-type operating rod which runs at the right side of the weapon. Manual safety is patterned after the M1 Garand or M14 rifle, and is located at the front of the trigger guard. Standard sights consist of a blade-type front and adjustable diopter-type rear sight. Original magazine capacities for the Mini-14 rifle is 20 or 30 rounds.
Comes with 1-20 round Ruger magazine, Ruger soft case, Letter of Authenticity and Factory owner’s manual
K Mini-14 30 GBF Specifications:
- Mfg. Item #: KMini-14 / 30GBF
- Model #: Mini-14GB
- Action: Gas Operated Semi-Auto
- Barrel: 18″ Threaded Barrel with Flash Suppressor
- Caliber: .223 Remington
- Magazine Capacity: 20 Rounds
- Sights: Blade Front, Adjustable Rear
- Weight: 7.2 Lbs.
- Stock: Side Folding Wood Stock
- Finish: Stainless Steel