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Ruger 77RSP Mark II 30-06, $574

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This model's synthetic stock, which had a relieved buttstock and serrated panels, was unusual looking. The rifle's shorter barrel and overall length were an asset when shooting offhand.

Ruger 77RSP Mark II 30-06, $574

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The Ruger M77RSP Mk IIís bolt has a claw extractor that provide controlled feeding.
The Ruger Model 77RSP Mk IIís safety was a three-position lever on the right rear of the receiver.
The floorplate release was a spring-loaded catch in the front of the trigger guard. Both were easy to find in a hurry and worked smoothly.

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