Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II

Bolt Action Rifle (R/H) - S/H

£545US$741/€613

  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
  • Ruger .308 / 7.62x51 M77 Mk II
This item was for sale as of 16:30, 14 Jan 21

Description

This Ruger M77 MKII is fitted with a 30 inch 1 in 10 twist hand lapped Arthur Smith barrel and is capable of shooting out to 1000 yds.

A beautiful laminated wooden stock.

It has been used and won medals and trophies in a number of F Class F/TR competitions and is a dream to shoot.

It is fitted with a dedicated Sinclair bi-pod and when used with a rear sand bag produces less than one minute groups at 100 yds.

It meets the current F Class F/TR rules for weight and is in in excellent condition throughout..

For any shooter keen to try the challenging but rewarding discipline of F Class or somone who want to hold the centre on an electronic target this rilfe will do just that.

It has been looked after by me since it was bought new and has had no more than 2500 rounds through it since it was fitted with the new barrel.

It comes with a set of 'high' dedicated Ruger scope mounts (please note the scope is not included) which allows for a 30mm scope tube and up to a 50mm front lens diameter.

It has an integral 3 round magazine and uses a Mauser 98 type action which feeds so reliably and extracts well too.

It also has the original box although it wont fit anymore due to the extra barrel length, a Ruger safety lock, a spare set of 'medium' Ruger scope mounts and the Ruger instruction manual.

I will also mention again the scope is not included and is only fitted to show how it can look.



Specifications

  • Ruger
  • M77 Mk II
  • Firearm
  • Right Handed
  • 30"
  • 14"
  • 12lb.15oz.
  • United States of America
  • Other
  • 1
  • 790-55627
  • Used

Seller

  • Private
  • Nick
  • Buckingham, Buckinghamshire
  • 01280-XXX XXX
  • 07719-XXX XXX

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