Due to high order volume, orders can take 5 to 7 business days to ship.
Ruger Hawkeye Varmint Target rifles features a non-rotating, Mauser-type
controlled round feed extractor is the most positive case extraction system
ever invented, and has a fixed blade-type ejector that positively ejects
the empty cases as the bolt is moved fully rearward. It has a hinged
solid-steel floorplate for easy unloading without having to chamber each
cartridge, a heavy contour cold hammer-forged barrel, and a ergonomically
pleasing stock has rounded contours along the barrel, on the bottom of the
stock and on top of the pistol grip and wrap-around checkering on grip and
forend. This model comes with patented integral scope mounts, that are
machined directly on the solid-steel receiver, which provide a stable
mounting surface for scope rings, eliminating a potential source of
looseness and inaccuracy in the field (scope rings included).
Mfg Item Num: 17974
Category: RIFLES CENTERFIRE
Caliber :204 Ruger
Barrel Length :26"
Capacity :5 1
Safety :Three Position
Weight :9.7 lbs
Stock Description :Laminate Gray
Metal Finish :Stainless Steel
Barrel Description :Heavy
Receiver Material :Stainless Steel
Sights :None, Integrated Base
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Ruger SKU GAG_RUKM77VTBBZ204 Condition New in Box Action Type No Caliber .204 RUG UPC 736676179749 Model M77 Hawkeye Varmint Type No Manufacturer Part Number 17974 Accessories No Barrel Length 26 Finish Per Color Gray Capacity No Firing Casing No Frame Per Material No Hand No Sights No
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- nice rifle
to start grab a gun was great quick easy and great price and shipping cost.
now the rifle is nice and it is heavy but the fit and finish is not what you expect for $750. laminate is hard to work with so i understand what causes the wavy bbl channel.i have not shot the rifle yet but hope for the best. i took it apart to clean it and it needed a some inletting touch ups as there was slivers of wood everywhere that was not completely milled off.you can tell the inletting was all done by machine and it doesnt look as if anyone bothered to look at the finished stock to do cleanup. the outside of the stock is very nice. there was no instructions on how to adjust the new trigger in the owners manual so i called ruger. they told me to leave it alone and would not help me. it is designed to have a lot of take up and then a crisp break. and it does. it breaks at just under 2 lbs and i would like it closer to 3 lbs. ruger told me someone must have tried to adjust it. i told them it was a brand new gun from grab a gun and they said i should send it to ruger to have the trigger adjusted heavier. as a retired gunsmith i will figure it out on my own .i cant believe they wouldnt tell me what the 3 screws on the trigger were for. they also claim it should shoot 1/2 groups at 100 yds with premium ammo.they said if it dosesnt shoot as i think it should to send it back. i was told if i glass bed the action to the stock it will void all warranty. lastly the bolt handle was not polished and blasted like the rest of the rifle,it appears to be as it was when it came out of the mold. my other rugers dont look like this.im not sure if they missed it or that is how they do it now. ill take it to my buddies shop at bead blast the handle to get off the surface rust and give it the same texture as the rifle.
overall i like the rifle but am a bit surprised at how ruger is finishing their rifles these days if this is the new normal. if the weather is nice ill be shooting the rifle wednesday and ill let you know how it shoots. i have factory and reloaded ammo in 32 and 40 grain. i hope it prints the 1/2 " groups ruger says it should. i really dont want to glass bed this thing.