Rare Tanaka Works
Ruger AC556 Military/Police Assault Rifle
All metal, real wood and folding metal stock
Video above of a Tanaka AC556 in action !
Made over 15 years ago and in very good condition/ working condition. Appears unfired !! Internals in excellent condition.
All metal with folding metal stock.
Includes: 30rd magazine, 5x Unused Tanaka Cal .223 blowback cartridges
These do not come available very often.. be quick !
Can be converted to fire MGC Cal.233 blowback blank cartridges
We ship internationally: Please ask for a shipping quote: firstname.lastname@example.org
PFC Primer caps: €11.00 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) needed for the reusable blowback cartridges to make the bang, smoke and eject the cartridge
Brief info on the Ruger Assault Rifle:
Bill Ruger, one of leading US arms designers of post-WW2 period, began development of a new semi-automatic rifle circa 1970. The rifle was intended for either civilian and para-military use; it was patterned after current US issue military rifle, the M14, and was chambered for relatively new 5,56x45mm (.223 Remington) ammunition. Since its commercial introduction in 1973 the Ruger Mini-14 rifle found wide acceptance among both civilian shooters and a variety of police and security forces around the world. For government users, Ruger produced two specialized versions of the basic rifle - the Mini-14GB and AC-556. The former is still a semi-automatic only weapon, but is fitted with protected front sight, flash-hider and a bayonet lug. The latter is a selective-fired weapon, and thus can be classified as a true assault rifle. All weapons in the Mini-14 family share same basic design, although there are differences in certain parts; for example, AC-556 rifles had slightly longer receiver, which hosts the fire mode switch at its rear part.