Ruger Mini-14 30 Round Magazine - Ruger Factory Mini-14 Magazine - 90035
Description / Ruger Mini-14 30 Round Magazine
The Ruger Mini-14 is one of the most popular all-purpose .223 rifles in the world. Travel anywhere out west and you will see farmers and ranchers with their Mini-14 rifles in their trucks. Look at the world events in Paris, France and you will see the French National Police using the Mini-14 for security applications. This versatile rifle fills the void where a tactical rifle that does not look miltary in nature is desired, while the military-style performance is not sacrificed.
For years Ruger refused to manufacture magazines that held more than 10-rounds which left production to aftermarket companies. For awhile now this policy has changed at Ruger and the quality of the magazines being produced is phenomenal. This 30-round magazine is no exception with the fit, feel, and performance being what you would expect from the Ruger factory - perfection in all areas. Those who prefer factory magazines now have a high performance option direct from the Ruger factory floor that holds a full 30 rounds of .223 Remington.
- Ruger Factory Magazine
- Designed in Same Factory that Builds the Mini-14
- Blued Steel Finish
- Ruger Marked
- Made in the USA
Mini 14 greatness
My only source for these mags at a great price was the gun show here PA at Oaks but since the virus the gun show keeps getting moved at the last minute never the less this is my new place for purchasing my mags great price with cruise control shopping
Works great thankyou
Ruger Mini-14 30 rd. mag.
1) They are made with the best material available. 2) They don't hiccup. 3) I would rate them a 10 if possible.
Fits the rifle great. Great addition to the 20 round magazine collection.
Ruger Mini 14 Mag 30 rd.
outstanding factory magazine. They are the only magazine that functions and reliably feeds in my Ruger ac556. Thank You :)
The real deal
I had recently purchased mags from another location and they would barely fit in my gun, and the quality was junk, so I sent them back and purchased these from Keepshooting. Very nice, great quality, I guess you get what you pay for.