Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle

Item No. 736676-5817
1079.99 $1,079.99 - $1,229.00
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Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle


The Ruger Mini-14 Ranch 5.56 NATO/223 Remington Rifle is an ultra-precise rifle with a Garand-style action. This Ruger Mini-14 features a matte stainless finish and stainless steel barrel for a sleek look. The fixed-piston gas system on this Ruger 5.56 rifle has a self-cleaning moving gas cylinder that improves the reliability of the rifle. This Mini-14 Stainless rifle comes mounted with a blade front sight and a ghost ring adjustable rear sight for accurate aim in a variety of conditions. This 5.56 NATO rifle also includes a Picatinny rail and scope rings for the optional mounting of aftermarket optics, as well as two 20-round magazines. Built for reliability and precision, the Ruger Mini-14 Ranch 5.56 NATO/223 Remington Rifle offers consistent performance in an optics-ready 5.56 rifle.


  • Receiver drilled and tapped for mounting the Picatinny rail
  • Included Picatinny rail and scope rings for mounting optics
  • Durable Garand-style action with breech bolt locking system
  • Ghost ring adjustable rear sight and blade front sight offer accurate aim
  • Integral scope mounts provide a stable mounting surface for scope rings
  • Cold hammer-forged barrel with ultra-precise rifling for consistent accuracy
  • Fixed-piston gas system with a self-cleaning gas cylinder offers added reliability


  • Model #: 5817
  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO / 223 REM
  • Grooves: 6
  • Rate of Twist: 1:9 RH
  • Magazine Capacity: 20
  • Approximate Weight: 6.7 lbs.
  • Length of Pull: 13 in.
  • Barrel Length: 18.5 in.
  • Overall Length: 37.5 in.
  • Stock: Black Synthetic
  • Finish: Matte stainless
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Front Sight: Blade
  • Rear Sight: Adjustable
  • UPC: 736676058174
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