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Old 05-27-2012, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default WTB Gas block from Mini factory folder...

I am looking for a Mini-14 gas block, from a Ruger Mini-14 factory folder. This gas block has the sling swivel on the left side.

I would prefer the blued version, but Stainless is also acceptable.

Please PM me with your price.

Thank you,

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Old 05-28-2012, 08:19 PM   #2
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I am looking for a Mini-14 gas block, from a Ruger Mini-14 factory folder. This gas block has the sling swivel on the left side.

I would prefer the blued version, but Stainless is also acceptable.

Please PM me with your price.

Thank you,

Bill
i have looked around, bill. apparently, not an easy thing to find?


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i have looked around, Bill. apparently, not an easy thing to find?
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Evidentially they are very hard to find.

However, please keep your eyes open for me, will you?

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Evidentially they are very hard to find.

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yes ,sir!
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HG, thank you very much.

The gas block is all I need to have a complete MIni-14 folder...

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I also have been looking for a folding stock gas block, but in stainless---been looking for years---must be really scarce! Good luck!

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Those gas blocks are from the AC556. That's why they are so rare.

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They quit making the folding style minis with the side mount sling swivel years ago. Has anyone checked with Ruger for this part?

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This style of gas block was used on the folding stock AC556---but was also used on the semi-auto GB (govt, barrel) model as well as many blued and stainless regular folder rifles up until, I believe, 1994. It would be nice if Ruger offered this style of rifle now.



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