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Ruger M77 Mark II Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF102943775

Key Features

  • Action - Bolt Action

  • Caliber - .300 WSM

  • Barrel Length - 16-1/2"

  • Weight - 6.4 Lbs.

  • Sights -

Our Price  $599.99
Sale Price  $539.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
ruger Ruger M77 Mark II rifles are time-tested, bolt-action, special-application rifles at a great value. These rifles feature a matte stainless steel finish that resists corrosion. The heavy contour, hammer-forged barrel with target crown provides long-range accuracy shot after shot. The wide, target forend gives stability on sandbags or other support surfaces. With a one-piece bolt that has proven to be one of the strongest on the market, integral scope bases which can never shoot loose, and a diagonally angled forend screw that adds accuracy by securely pulling the barreled action down into the handsome, oil-finished walnut stock for accurate shooting, the M77 Mark II rifle proves its value as a workhorse in the field and at the range. This rifle features a barrel that's been cut down to 16-1/2" and recrowned. Its stock is in very good condition and its metal and bore are in good condition.

Model M77 Mark II
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Bolt Action
Caliber .300 WSM
Barrel Length 16-1/2"
Weight 6.4 Lbs.
Finish: Stock Matte Black Synthetic
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety 3-Position
Capacity 3 + 1
Stock Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 14"

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