Ruger® M77® Hawkeye® All Weather .300 Win Mag Rifle
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The Ruger M77 Hawkeye All Weather .300 WIN Rifle gives you the reliability, versatility, performance and affordability of the M77 Hawkeye that's designed to stand up to any weather conditions. Like all M77's, this gun features the smooth, crisp performance of the LC6™ trigger for increased accuracy. The All Weather Hawkeye's 24'' hammer forged stainless steel barrel and receiver provide superior weather resistance. Rugged black synthetic stock features classic checkering for sure handling in any hunting condition. The non-rotating, Mauser-type, controlled round feed extractor features a fixed blade-type ejector that positively ejects the empty cases as the bolt is moved fully rearward. The hinged, solid-steel floorplate allows easy unloading without chambering every cartridge. The easily accessible, three position safety allows the shooter to lock the bolt or to load and unload the rifle with the safety engaged. Patented integral scope mounts machined directly on the solid-steel receiver provide a stable mounting surface for scope rings. Capacity: 3+1.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by PopCHank Wife's first center fire
I have got my wife involved in hunting with me this year and she loves it. She bought a Henry 22 last year and a Horton crossbow this year. Recently on a Saturday trip to Bass Pro in Denham Springs, LA, she was looking at center fire rifles. She saw this Ruger in 243 caliber and decided to get it. She outfitted it with a Leupold scope. She zeroed it and absolutely loves it. I like it so much, now I want a 308 in it. The rifle is made very well and looks good. As of this date neither have taken game with it.
November 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by scouty72 Ruger M77
The Ruger M77 perhaps is not the prettiest centerfire bolt rifle but it is a strong solid gun and that's what counts. I had 2 of these. It has good, out of the box performance. I especially like the Mauser claw case/chamber extraction system. Perhaps old and archaic but it is positive, especially when using older reloads that have expanded and get stuck. It will rip the rim right off a cartridge. It has a broad and heavy recoil lug that often negates glass bedding the action and has a stiff strong action. Free floating the barrel can often add accuracy. Expect good results withquality reloads - 5 shot 3/4 " groups at 100 yds. are typical.
December 30, 2011
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