Model 77 RSM Mark II Magnum Rifle

The Ruger Model 77 RSM Mark II Magnum Rifle is a bolt-action hunting rifle chambered in .375 H&H, .416 Rigby and .458 Lott.

The Model 77 Mark II family includes both hunting and target rifles and the Model 77 RSM is the hunting side of the family. The Model 77 RSM has a heavy forged barrel that gives shooters a more accurate shot. For comfort, its butt has a rubber recoil pad. It has a wide fore-end, so it can be planted and fired resting on a sand bag or bench rest. It has a 3-position safety, so it can’t be unloaded with the safety engaged. Its sights can be adjusted for windage and it also has integral scope mounts and, when purchased brand new, it comes with scope rings.

Ruger recommends Model 77 RSM Mark II Magnum Rifle for hunting large game.

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