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    chassis system for ruger

    does anyone know of a company that builds a chassis system for a ruger m77 mark ll 300wm

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    Not off the top of my head. The Rugers are generally good hunting rifles; not so much for precision use, though.
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    I found one for a short action but not the long action.
    MDT makes the short action chassis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazman View Post
    I found one for a short action but not the long action.
    MDT makes the short action chassis.
    It only fits the Gunsite Scout model, the others require modification.

    To the OP, what's your chassis requirements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholst55 View Post
    Not off the top of my head. The Rugers are generally good hunting rifles; not so much for precision use, though.
    This has been my experience with the M77 as well. The 6.5 Creedmoor RPR that belongs to a friend has been impressive, though.

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    With rugers its all in the barrels I had one 30/06 so so accuracy had it rebarreled and the action squared for 300 bucks it will hold up against just about anything you put it up against.

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    I have a 308win in the RPR and it shoots great,the reason im looking for a chassis system for the mark ll is that im paralysed from the chest down and need the adjustable stock to get the eye to scope distance right so I can see a full field of view,the 300wm is what I hunted with before my accident and id like to use it again

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    Am I correct that your main concern is an adjustable length of pull?
    Is this currently a wood stocked rifle?
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    "Don't worry what they think. In the end it is not between them and you, it is between you and God."

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    not really length of pull problem,i cant lean into my rifle like normal,if I shoot to my left I can shoot a normal rifle but if I shoot straight in front of me the scope is to far from my eye,i need a adjustable stock AR style or like on my ruger rpr

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