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Ruger KM77VT MKII Target Rifle .223 Rem.

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The $718 Ruger KM77VT MKII Target Rifle shot accurately and had a great trigger. We'd buy it.

Ruger KM77VT MKII Target Rifle .223 Rem.

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Hunting
Recreational
Competition
Price
Caliber/Gauge
Caliber Plus Cartridge
Capacity
Weight Unloaded
Warranty
Length of Pull
Action Type
Action Finish
Barrel Finish
Trigger Pull Weight

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Three of the test ammunitions shot in the Ruger produced half-inch-or-smaller average groups at 100 yards. The best: PMC's 55-grain bullets.
The gun's trigger was adjustable, so we dropped the trigger pull weight to 2 pounds. This feature gave the Ruger a leg up on the other guns.
The Ruger's forend (right) has a 2.5-inch-wide beavertail bottom with a slight curve that worked very well in our rifle rest. The Winchester (left) had a similar design. The Remington's front profile was more rounded, which meant it didn’t sit flat on the rest.

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