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RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

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Unread 12-28-2009, 09:28 PM
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RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

Has anyone tried one of these Ruger target rifles yet?

Ruger M77 Mark II Target Bolt-Action Rifle Models

I've been torn between buying one or converting a Savage 110 that I have into the creedmore or maybe the 260 rem?

Your thoughts ???
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    Unread 12-29-2009, 03:13 PM
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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

    Not in the 6.5 Creedmore, but I own one in .22-250 that shoots bugholes all day long. Trigger was a little sporadic when I first bought it, but a little careful stoning and it settled in just fine. Several companies make aftermarket triggers, too, that are specific for the target/varmint variation (these have a 2-stage trigger from the factory).

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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

    I have several Ruger M77VT rifles and all shoot very well, especially the ones in PPC calibers
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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

    the only ruger i have is a 77/22 that i love
    but i like the 28" tube on the 6.5 creed.

    i might have to look in to that

    tks for pointing this out

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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

    I think I've been to every gunshop in N.East Nebraska and parts of Iowa. None has one in stock in any caliber. I'd at least like to hold one. However I'm going to work at the shot show in Las Vegas from the 19th -22nd. I'll bet the Ruger booths will have one.
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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

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    However I'm going to work at the shot show in Las Vegas from the 19th -22nd. I'll bet the Ruger booths will have one.

    What booth will you be in?
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    Re: RUGER Target rifle in 6.5 creedmore

    I work part time for Shepherd Scope I don't know exactly where the display will be. They'll tell me that when I get there but I'm sure it is on the little map thing at the web site. Are you going too?

    side note. have you seen this. I don't think the singer is a long range precision fan but it's still pretty darned good! YouTube - I Like Guns - Steve Lee
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