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Ruger KM77RFP MKII .270 WSM

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The Mark II is a very handsome rifle, though we would prefer a wider grip. Free-floating the barrel might improve accuracy simply by forestalling overheating.

Ruger KM77RFP MKII .270 WSM

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The safety lever is seen protruding from the right-hand side (arrow). This position locks the trigger but allows the bolt to move. The top of the receiver was machined to accept Ruger’s S100R rings. The bolt stop is shown at left (arrow).
We used a set of medium height 1-inch rings to mount a Nikon Titanium variable power scope. Other rings are available for about $64. Groups shot with the Ruger started off tight, but we think as heat built up, accuracy dropped off. A free-floating barrel might help.

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