Yes, Ken Farrell, Inc. -- Ruger M77 Long in Steel Black Matte - 20 MOADoes anyone out there in know of a quality Picatinny rail that can be mounted to the built-in integral mount on a Ruger M77? Is that even practical? I'm a Remington guy so the M77 is a little foreign to me.
I got a Savage. It's a beast. AND I got a 20 MOA base for the Ruger. But the Ruger just sits. I'm thinking about having it converted.Sell the M77 and get a Vanguard/Howa, Rem or Savage
That's exactly what I did on my M77 MKII ...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.?
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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