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Old 11-16-2011, 10:15 PM   #1
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Does anyone know a good ruger under $1000 other than the gunsite scout rifle?
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Old 11-16-2011, 10:19 PM   #2
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baught one bout 2 years ago I can't really remember the model but I think it was a m77 it was 700 or a mark 77 something of thy nature sorry I couldn't be of more help
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most...or probably ALL Rugers are under a grand M77 Hawkeye comes to mind, get the awsome grey wood laminate stainless model.
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baught one bout 2 years ago I can't really remember the model but I think it was a m77 it was 700 or a mark 77 something of thy nature sorry I couldn't be of more help
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just pulle it out it is an m77 hawkeye its also a great rifle pretty accurate light weight comes with acopemounts
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and I do have the grey laminate stainless model sweet looking very unique
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