Re: Name Model Of Ruger Rifle
I've been thinking about replacing the stock on my Ruger M77 Mark II (its the ugly old boat paddle stock), and HS Precision stocks makes some darn fine ones. Problem is that once I buy the stock and pay a gunsmith to do the work, I'll be out $500-600 bucks.
What I'm saying is that even buying a used M77 in a varmint round and then having the stock replaced, you're looking at $1000 put into the gun. For that money you could buy a new rifle from another maker with the stock you want.
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