Ruger® Mini - 14® Scope Mount, Silver

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Ruger® Mini - 14® Scope Mount.

Marshal Matt Dillon of Gunsmoke said, "Mount up!" Don't suppose he was referring to a Scope Mount, do you?

  • Installs by replacing bolt stop coverplate
  • Single knob for coverplate attachment
  • Locking dual screw leveling system
  • Lasting, lightweight aircraft aluminum construction. Order ONLINE right away!
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