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Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

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Unread 03-19-2011, 08:05 PM
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Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

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FWIW, Burris makes a "Ruger to Weaver" two piece adapter. Then the Signature Zee rings will attach to the "new" bases. I am not 100% sure, but I believe you can get 20moa inserts for those rings. If I am remembering correctly, they come standard with 10moa capability.

I know this isn't exactly what you were asking for, but it is an option if for some reason you cant find a one piece 1913 rail.?
That's exactly what I did on my M77 MKII ...

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    Unread 03-20-2011, 07:38 PM
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

    Farrel makes them to fit Ruger and Murphy Precision does also. Myself i will be making my own for my Ruger 7mm rem mag. Likes the titanium from precision but not the cost.
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

    i bought this one made buy B-square.. it looks like it would move around but it hold perfect on my 300 WM...
    ht tp://swfa.com/B-Square-Ruger-to-Weaver-Base-Adapters-C613.aspx
    i`d have to dig through the boxes to find the wrapper it came in for the part #
    not a pica-tinny but its an option to get sum height and different rings in there...
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

    i just ordered a rail from ken farrell, will let ya know how it is when i get it on the rifle.
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

    I've been looking for this also. Just stumbled across this outfit. Don't know much bout them. But another option.
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

    Forgot the link

    Ruger M77 MKII Rifle Scope Mounts WEIG-A-TINNYŽ Weaver Picatinny
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    Re: Ruger M77 / Picatinny rail?

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    Yep, I knew about them. However, it does not work for my .338 Win Mag in accordance with their caliber power factor formula(?). The last time I contacted them for the possibility of special order, I was told it is not available yet and once they figure out their challenge they will post the update.
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