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Ruger Stainless 5 + 1 223 Rem. Hawkeye Predator/Green/Brown

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Model: 17122
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 57351
 
UPC: 736676171224
 
MFG: Sturm, Ruger, & Co., Inc.

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Ruger® M77® Hawkeye® bolt-action rifles are designed to be instant classics. Built with versatility, style and performance in mind, these rifles features slim ergonomics, classic checkering of the walnut stock, and the LC6™ trigger. In addition, these bolt-action rifles contain all the value-added characteristics of Ruger rifles: positive floor plate latch, integral scope mounts, three-position safety, hammer-forged barrels. This Predator model is a uniquely styled, light-weight varmint rifle with a Hawkeye Matte Stainless finish, Green Mountain laminate stock, and a two-stage, adjustable Target Trigger.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless Steel
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 223 Remington
Trigger Two Stage Adjustable
Safety Three Position
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock Fixed
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Cerakote
Action Single
Caliber 243 Winchester
Trigger Precision JP Trigger
Safety Manual
Capacity 26 + 1
Stock Thumbhole

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Reviewed By: Paul S on 04/26/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Gun shoots well. However, mine came with a very large burr on the breech face. It would scrap brass off the casings and build up until the next round would jamb in the breech requiring a tap of a rubber mallet on the bolt handle. Obviously this got past Ruger QC. I called Ruger and they told me to take it to the nearest gunshop. However, the gunshop wanted to charge me to ship the gun because I didn't buy it from them. Ruger seem complacent. I did not get a good feeling over the phone that Ruger was going to accommodate quickly or cared. The girl I spoke with was awful so I just fixed the gun myself. I solved the problem by grinding a light bevel in the breech face (it was flat from the factory) with a 1/2" metal burr ball and used a small file on the remaining burr. The burr/dent was actually quite large. The tools cost me ~$40, money well spent compared to rolling the dice on Ruger customer service. As far as the gun features are concerned, the stainless bead-blast finish is far too fragile. The metal finish mars easily so take care not to scratch it. The magazine binds on the action BADLY. I had to dremel out and file a sizable amount to clear it of binding on the action. Also, why hasn't Ruger moved up to a one-piece floor plate? I knew going in that it was still a two-piece design but it still surprises me Ruger hasn't upgraded the bottom metal design on their "flagship" design bolt gun. The barrel has a traditional hunter crown and mine is only fair-good in quality. I'm sure I'll cut in a new crown at some point down the road. My final grievance is that the stock is a pressure point/pressure fit design. This makes zero sense to me considering the gun has a slightly heavier contour barrel and a strong laminate stock. I ended up opening the barrel channel to free-float the barrel and bedded the action. The two-stage trigger takes getting used to but it is actually a very good trigger. The trigger came well adjusted and breaks ~2.5lbs. I'll leave it alone for now. I really liked the concept of this model but I think Ruger failed in a few areas of execution and quality control. Now that I've got all the bugs worked out I expect this to be a great gun moving forward. Considering how fragile the finish is I may get the gun finished by Robar at some point down the road.

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Reviewed By: Ryan K on 12/16/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
What a great gun! This rifle is extremely accurate with a great feel. Ruger makes quality rifles and this gun backs that up 100%. This rifle is a great looking as well. Bud's was awesome to deal with as usual and the price was the lowest I could find anywhere.

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