M77 Hawkeye All-Weather

01/5/11 8:30 PM | by

The Ruger M77 Hawkeye All-Weather is a bolt-action hunting rifle chambered for 13 different cartridges. The All-Weather is one of 14 models in the Hawkeye series and although some of its specifications slightly differ from the Hawkeye Standard, they share many of the same features.

What makes the All-Weather different is its synthetic stock as opposed to walnut and the barrel is stainless steel instead of blued steel.

Otherwise its features are the same. The bolt is solid steel and uses a Mauser-type round feed extractor, which chambers rounds smoothly and ejects them effortlessly. The All-Weather has a steel floor plate that opens for easy loading. The floor plate also fits flush with the stock. It has a 3-position safety that allows shooters to open the bolt and load the rifle with the safety engaged. And, it also has a rubber recoil pad.

Depending on the cartridge, Ruger recommends the Hawkeye All-Weather to hunt any game.

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