M CEK* .Vff.\'f«V4* magazines are identified by having three vertical creases in the side of the magazine versus one vertical crease in the Kuger Mini Thirty magazine. The bottom of the Mini-14 magazine is more rectangular than the generally tapered bottom of the Mini Thirty magazine, and the follower, visible from the top of the magazine, is distinctly more pointed on the Mini Thirty (see illustrations below). DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE MINI THIRTY MAGAZINES IN RUGER MINI-14 RIFLES.
Ruger Mini-14 Magazine
For Caliber 22'S Ammunition Only
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