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From Lilja to shilen or benchmark to bartlien, doesn't matter which one you use. If it's fitted perfectly and you have the supporting modifications to go along with it (bedding, ignition, trigger etc), they all will shoot lights out.
I'm with you on that DJ

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All excellent. Thanks a lot or the help.
Now I have to start figuring out actions, it appears, as the one post stated. Maybe a Ruger 77/22 is not great but it is what I have with limited funds.

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All excellent. Thanks a lot or the help.
Now I have to start figuring out actions, it appears, as the one post stated. Maybe a Ruger 77/22 is not great but it is what I have with limited funds.
They are a great well built action/receiver!
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They are a great well built action/receiver!
No. Not great. Possibly when Randy is done with it, very good. 2 piece sloppy bolt, not great. Trigger, not great. Can be made OK, not great. I have a 77/22/.17 HH with a Pacnor .920 straight , CPC fit and tweaked, and bedded by me with a JARD trigger, so I am aware of how they can be made to shoot. Out of the box it's closer to crapshoot. I do like the looks and the mag feeds like butter.
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All excellent. Thanks a lot or the help.

Now I have to start figuring out actions, it appears, as the one post stated. Maybe a Ruger 77/22 is not great but it is what I have with limited funds.


Then take those limited funds and let Randy at cpc rework what you have.
For the money you will be miles ahead.
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My '80's 77/22 with a blued Shilen varmint contour, Volquartsen sear/spring, and a free floated factory laminate stock will put 5 into the same hole at 50 yds. It shot about 1/2 to 3/4 stock, so I'd have to say my vote would go to Shilen. The only other experience I have with aftermarket rimfire barrels is with Butler Creek and Green Mountain for 10/22's. The BC was good and the GM is really good.
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