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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by gunny134, Nov 16, 2011.
Does anyone know a good ruger under $1000 other than the gunsite scout rifle?
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
most...or probably ALL Rugers are under a grand M77 Hawkeye comes to mind, get the awsome grey wood laminate stainless model.
just pulle it out it is an m77 hawkeye its also a great rifle pretty accurate light weight comes with acopemounts
and I do have the grey laminate stainless model sweet looking very unique
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Ruger® M77® Hawkeye® Standard Bolt-Action Rifle Models
Does it have scope mounts? It doesnt look like it does
I believe all rugers come with scopes mounts call a local gunstore to be sure but I know all mine did
The mounts are milled into the receivers and they come with 1" steel rings. You can usually find them under msrp. There are several dealers on the vendor list that do discount sales.
Do your self a favor and stay away from Rugers. They are hit or miss as far as accuracy. Some are perfect, some shoot like a shotgun pattern. Not worth the chance in my book. You can send a crappy rifle back, but they will only try to fix it. You can get a true MOA shooter for less and have no regrets or headaches. Rugers I own, 0.
what sub Moa shooter can u get for 700? I duno mine shoots great it's a 7mm
I think the mini-14 is a good choice as it is dependable, well made, and regardless of the common opinion of many, reasonably accurate out of the box, and very accurate with some inexpesive mods. It also can be dressed to taste with many options available for stocks, and attachements.
Go to the store and give it a look and decide for yourself....
All Ruger centerfire rifles come with integral scope ring bases and a set of matching Ruger scope rings.
That may have been true many years ago, when Ruger did not have the facilities to make their own barrels and subcontracted them. Today, Ruger hammer-forges their own barrels; the result is a consistently accurate rifle, example after example.