Gun Report

Ruger Hawkeye Sporter No. HKM77RBZ 7mm Rem. Mag

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A solid, good-looking rifle. We think the lack of an adequate recoil pad simply wore us out, preventing us from recording better overall accuracy.

Ruger Hawkeye Sporter No. HKM77RBZ 7mm Rem. Mag

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Hunting
Recreational
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The middle safety position locked down the trigger but allowed the bolt to move. Ruger describes this as the “Load/Unload” position. With the safety pushed fully forward, the rifle was ready to fire.
Ruger rings are available in different heights for both 1-inch and 30mm scopes. Simple to mount, they offer guaranteed alignment. Forward and rearward rings were not interchangeable. Shown in the foreground is Burris’s Ruger to Weaver adapter, ($40, from www.brownells.com). Featuring all-steel construction, they are one of the few mounting options available for Ruger rifles.

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