Rugers(all guns include magazine/s) "Why buy your AC 556 here? Look at the condition of these guns. All are excellent. Each gun is disassembled, cleaned and inspected. Scratched wood is replaced. All guns are guaranteed. You won't find nicer guns anywhere!"
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Note: Please refer to the "Item #" when inquiring about anything in inventory. Numbers appearing after the price are for internal use only. Thank you
Item #117: AC556 stainless folder in excellent condition. Some light handling marks on wood. Selector switch is gray steel, maybe not stainless $10,175.
AC556 parts set complete except receiver. Choate tactical stock. Ruger magazine included. This is the rifle-length barrel. NOTE: FLASH HIDER IS NOT INCLUDED. $1,050.
Item #AC: Stainless stock for AC556 in excellent condition $995.
Item #204: AC556 short folder in excellent condition. Has a few small handling marks on wood. Excellent metal and finish $9,475.
GemTech G5 suppressor for any .223. Snaps onto Quickmount flash hider and can easily be moved from gun to gun. Small and high quality $675. Quickmount $85. Ideal for those who have multiple guns.
Item #929: AC556 short folder in excellent condition with excellent bore. A few light handling marks on the wood on left side. Barrel shortened to this length with aftermarket flash hider. The front sight is on the flash hider instead of the usual place on top of the gas block $9,150. (5-002)
Item #669: AC556 carbine in excellent condition with excellent bore $8,035. (5-023)
Item #046: AC556 .223 in excellent condition from Grant County Sheriffs Office in Washington state $8,125.
Item #047: AC556 .223 in excellent condition from Grant County Sheriffs Office in Washington state $8,125.
Item #109: AC556 .223 in excellent condition from Grant County Sheriffs Office in Washington state $8,125.
Item #111: AC556 .223 in excellent condition from Grant County Sheriffs Office in Washington state $8,125.
Item #SS: Stainless folding stock for AC556 in excellent condition $995.
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Ruger tips from The Ruger Man:
The most common cause of breakage with the
AC556 is incorrect assembly after taking out the trigger
group. The selector must be in the upright or
semi-auto position when inserting the trigger group.
If in the wrong position, you will bend a stamped part and
the gun will have to be repaired.
Read your manual. If you need one,
Ruger will provide one free. Call customer service at
If your gun does not always fire three rounds
when in three-shot-burst mode, you may be releasing the
trigger before all three rounds are fired. This is ok.
If you only fire two rounds, the next burst will fire one.
The following burst will do three again.
If you need mags, use Ruger or PMI mags.
Other aftermarket mags are not reliable in full-auto mode.
USA mags are the worst.
Ruger is no longer providing service for the AC556. This should not be a concern as the guns are very reliable. Most parts interchange with the Mini 14 semi auto. Almost all parts for the Mini 14 are available from Brownells. They have an online schematic that shows all parts. Their parts are very inexpensive.
To download Instruction & Technical Manual for AC-556click here