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Ruger M77 .308 Win

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by p24ff, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. p24ff

    p24ff oregon New Member

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    1364055344678.jpg 1364055506133.jpg Must sell my Ruger model M77VTMKII-LE in a .308 Win cal. Looking to purchase a lighter .308 for an easier packing rifle.
    This M77 has a 26 inch tapered heavy barrel, 400 series, heat treated & hammer forged, stainless steel match grade with matte finish.
    The trigger is a two stage target type with adjustments for letoff & sear engagement down to 40oz.
    $890.00 and I will split shipping.
    For more info call or email me.P24ff@aol.com, 541-990-9003 .

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  2. Grizzly_A

    Grizzly_A Portland Metro Area Member

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    How much does it weigh as it sits?
     
  3. p24ff

    p24ff oregon New Member

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    Aprox 9 lbs 12oz unloaded.
     
  4. slickaj115

    slickaj115 Beaverton Member

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    Awesome rifle! Why not just cut the barrel down to 20" and save a lot of weight that way? If you recrown properly, you will see ZERO reduction in accuracy... just throwing that out there. Nice rifle tho
     
  5. p24ff

    p24ff oregon New Member

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    Thanks! I am just looking for a different platform all together. Looking at the Ruger Scout or the Savage Scout. Both with 16 1/2 " barrels and still lighter even if I cut this one down to 20 inches.