Surface wear shows up principally on the stock on rugged stainless rifles like this Ruger 77 Stainless Mark II. As the photo shows, it comes with Ruger Steel Scope Rings, the best there is. Even though there are light to moderate scuffs on the stock’s raised area, they only affect about 15 percent of the stock surface, and there is even less affect to the surface of the metal. Exposed area of the bolt surface shows buffing to the streaked stainless finish, and there are a few light inconspicuous scratches on the barrel surface. Serially number prefix is 780-842xx, dating it to 1994. It is a local one-owner, we sold it new some 14 years ago. Bore and chamber are excellent. Original rings are KD71H, High Height. It had a 42mm + Bushnell A.O. Scope on it when we got it, and there was plenty of clearance between the scope objective bell and the barrel. Scope mount screws have conspicuous stressing but are serviceable. Own this fine stainless Ruger K-77 Mark II in .308 Winchester Caliber for only $ 469.95.
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