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Did Ruger make any notable changes to the design around the time the 1994 AWB went into affect?

What general features indicate the approximate time of manufacture of the rifle?

To answer two questions I am sure people will ask, (1) I know the federal AWB expired and (2) I also know that you can get the date of mfg from Ruger with the serial number. I am trying to determine the approximate date of a Ruger Mini 14 Ranch Rifle without using the serial number.

The problem is that the serial number was destroyed and the date of manufacture is otherwise relevant to a case I have. I can distinguish a "new" Mini 14 from the old design, but I do not know how to distinguish the different series before then.

To answer two questions I am sure people will ask, (1) I know the federal AWB expired and (2) I also know that you can get the date of mfg from Ruger with the serial number. The only significant change that I`m aware of is that the early minis have a wooden handguard which was replaced by a ventilated plastic handguard on the more recent models. There are more knowledgeable people here who are probably able to help you if you post some pics or so. The steel will be more dense where the SN was stamped.

The problem is that the serial number was destroyed and the date of manufacture is otherwise relevant to a case I have. I wonder how you could buy a weapon without a serial # though. Maybe I've been watching too much CSI, but I've heard that even when serial numbers have been removed (machined or sanded off) from firearms, a forensic expert can still do a metallurgical analysis that can recover the number... Hi Gunlawyer, Assuming it has the original Ruger barrel, (close examination for toolmarks changing barrel should determain that) determining the rifling twist will narrow the date of manufacture a bit. The info I have is 75 - 86 1 in 10 86 94, 1 in 7 94 - present 1 in 9Maybe I've been watching too much CSI, but I've heard that even when serial numbers have been removed (machined or sanded off) from firearms, a forensic expert can still do a metallurgical analysis that can recover the number... Maybe I've been watching too much CSI, but I've heard that even when serial numbers have been removed (machined or sanded off) from firearms, a forensic expert can still do a metallurgical analysis that can recover the number... The material around the SN will be softer and disintegrate faster than the stamped area.

This method is reliable unless a considerable amount of material was removed when the SN was defaced.

I'm not sure what kind of case gunlawyer is working on, but I'd worried to say the least if my lawyer was planning my defense based on internet advice and something as unscientific as the rifling twist as determined with a cleaning rod.

I sure hope there's more to this than meets the eye.

We sorely need some good dedicated "gunlawyers" TD There were also subtle differences internally.

The earlier minis have a spring loaded ejector in the bolt, and the leg configuration is different in a few model years.