1976 Ruger M77 Heavy Varmint .25-06 Rem Rifle | w/ Redfield Scope

1976 Ruger M77 Heavy Varmint .25-06 Rem Rifle | w/ Redfield Scope

You are considering a pre-owned 1976 Ruger M77 Bolt-Action Rifle in .25-06 Rem — It features a 24-inch heavy varmint barrel. This original tang safety model holds four rounds of ammunition in its internal box magazine and comes equipped with a 6x-18x Redfield Scope. This rifle is factory original, excluding its black synthetic stock. Overall, this rifle is in good condition with typical wear and marring. The metalwork is above 75%, with surface wear and scratches on the high points and barrel. The synthetic stock also has typical wear and marring with no major damage to note. The bore has well-defined rifling; however, there is typical darkness between the lands, consistent with a rifle of its age. Please see the photos closely, as they will always be the best indicator of the overall condition of the firearm.

  • Manufacturer: Sturm, Ruger, & Co.
  • Model: M77
  • Serial Number: 72-01566
  • Caliber: .25-06 Remington
  • Action Type: Bolt-Action

When purchasing a firearm online, please contact your local FFL dealer and MAKE SURE they know you will have a gun shipped to them. Failure to do so may incur more fees, hassle, and time. All purchases are subject to applicable Federal, State, and local laws. Please be aware of all local, state, and federal laws you are subject to, and do not purchase if you are prohibited from purchasing or possessing this product. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to comply with any restrictions on the purchase, ownership, and possession of any items purchased. We do not claim any original manufacturer warranty’s nature, extent, or availability. We do not claim the safe operation of this firearm. The buyer is responsible for having the firearm purchased to be inspected by a certified or accredited gunsmith for safety.

$833.39

Only 1 left in stock

  • Remember:  Parts may require fitting by a trained gunsmith.
  • When purchasing a firearm online:  please get in touch with your local FFL dealer and MAKE SURE they know you will have a gun shipped to them. Failure to do so may incur more fees, hassle, and time. The buyer is responsible for having the firearm purchased to be inspected by a certified or accredited gunsmith for safety.
  • Your State Laws: Even though we do our best to keep up-to-date on individual state laws, it is your responsibility as a resident of that state to know them better than us. If we discover an item can’t be shipped to your location after purchase, we will refund your money minus a 20% restocking fee.
  • Check out the picture(s):  They are the best indication of the product’s condition. If there are multiple of the same item being stocked, you will receive the best-conditioned product we have until they are depleted.
  • Note:  We do not usually accept returns. However, if you are dissatisfied with your product, please email or call us, and we’ll try and work something out. Generally, we charge a 20% restocking fee unless the fault was entirely our own. Returns must be initiated within seven (7) days of receiving your product.
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