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SOLD**F/S Ruger 77MKII 223**SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jls7522, Jan 22, 2011.

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    Ruger 77MKII Stainless Synthetic (Older skeletonized stock) .223, Timney trigger, Burris Signature 2.5-10x44 (matte), Leupold rings (matte). Metal has been bead plasted to reduce the glare. I have owned this since it was new. Carried a lot, shot a little. (Used for predator calling). Has a few handling marks. Very accurate sporter weight rifle. I can tell you which load it shot well for me. $800, buyer pays actual shipping. I would consider trades/partial trades for a Extrema II or SBE II, any Remington 700 or 700 actions or any K-80 32" subgauge barrels.


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    I had one of these and once I changed out the trigger I was able to maintain 3/4" groups at 100 yds. Not bad for a lightweight rifle.
     
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