FS - Tang Safety Ruger M77

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by Kevinakaq, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. Kevinakaq

    Kevinakaq Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale is my Rugger M77 Ultralight. I believe the model number for this exact rifle is M77RL but don't hold me to it. This is the Tang Safety version and is in very good condition as evidenced by the images. Caliber is 270 Winchester. For those of you who collect these models this one does NOT have the barrel warning and does feature the black tip on forearm. Serial number is 771-*****. Barrel length is 18.5 inches and features the ultralight profile. Includes rings but not scope. Trigger is currently set at a sliver under four pounds which I think is perfect for a mountain rifle. Function is perfect.

    As for condition details the stock shows handling marks and one short scratch on the right hand side of the buttstock that can be seen in the pictures. Blueing is approximately 90+ percent . The trigger guard and floorplate have been recently DuraCoated and are pristine.

    475.00 shipped.

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    Prefer paypal gift but accept paypal plus 3%, usps money order, or check with time to clear.

    Thanks for looking,
    Kevin
     
  2. Kevinakaq

    Kevinakaq Well-Known Member

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    tTt
     

  3. DrillDog

    DrillDog Well-Known Member

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    I'm a big Ruger M77 Tang fan and have never seen that ebony tip on the stock before... Must be fairly rare. If it was a 308 carbine, I'd have a check in the mail headed your way right now! Still a nice mountain rifle :)
     
  4. Yotebuster

    Yotebuster Well-Known Member

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    This is just a standard tang safety M77 ultralight Seen lots of them, They all have the black forearm tip if a person has 1 in 257 roberts or 22-250 they bring some $$$

    Nice gun by the way!!!!!!
     
  5. DrillDog

    DrillDog Well-Known Member

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    My favorite is my 6mm Remington built in 1968 with the heavy varmint barrel. It is one tack driving machine :)