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Thread: Ruger 77 M11 mag conversion

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    Ruger 77 M11 mag conversion

    I am looking at a laminated stocked mk11 30-06 to buy And was wondering how easy it would be to convert it from a floor plate to a box mag and also an idea on cost of the works etc.
    Also does the 77 have any accuracy/reliability faults ?

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    I've not seen a 77Mk2 mag conversion - but might be interested in one myself. Rifles are reliable and in my experience unfussy with ammo. They will benefit from a proper bedding job and free floating - if not - wathc the consistency of the touch point in the forend and do not overtighten the front screw as this can create accuracy issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iain b View Post
    Try these guys. They did post to the uk.
    There was a thread on this a couple of months ago. They only do M77 Mk2 conversions in short action calibres .223 & .308. I have a 77 Mk 2 in 6.5 x 55. Extremely accurate, not changed a thing on it bar the trigger.

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    I have had a M77 in .243 for years and I must say the gun is spot on it's had hundreds of rounds through it and still looks and shoots like new !
    The trigger is a bit stiff but breaks nice !
    I don't mind the floor plate as there are for and against Re separate mags

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