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Old 07-12-2013, 07:49 PM
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Here is my 77/22 RS early 80s and my new 77/22 RSI
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Old 09-12-2013, 01:45 PM
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Here's a pic or 3 or my 77/17M with a sporter GM barrel in WMR:





Sorry, I don't seem to have a full body shot.
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Well I've bit the bullet hard. I just ordered a Shilen varmint contour stainless barrel, new bottom metal,a Richards micro fit Modern Classic stock and bolt shims. hope to post some pics in the next few days when all the goodies get here.
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Old 11-08-2013, 03:54 PM
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Sounds like fun! Here's a couple pics of one of my Richards Roll Overs. I'll be anxious to see your Modern Classic. Please post before and after pics. And let us know how it shoots when all put together. Have fun!



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Old 11-09-2013, 08:14 PM
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What height are your rings on the gun?


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Leupold VX III 4.5 - 14
Richards Micro fit stock
GM 20" fluted stainless barrel


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Old 11-13-2013, 04:10 PM
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The beginning. Shilen barrel finely sanded and installed bolt shimmed. trigger set to 1.75 pounds just waiting on the little Brown truck to pull in the driveway so I can start pillar bedding/bedding, sanding and finishing my RM stock.


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Old 11-17-2013, 08:10 PM
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The Gray Ghost is done




accuracy was awsome at 50yds with most coming in at 1/2" or better and worst at 5/8.
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:20 PM
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Box stock 77/22 mag, bought it 3 years ago NIB at the gunshow, I was told it was a 1992 model . This rifle is a 50 yd tack driver with Hornady 30 gr V-Max. What makes it "Ultimate" is that is mine.
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Old 12-31-2013, 08:57 PM
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77/22 in PWS stock with Mueller APT in Vortex rings and Burris bases. Factory barrel set back and rechambered, Volquartsen trigger sear and extended mag release.
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Old 01-05-2014, 01:57 PM
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This the only picture I have of my 22 mag. It's probably my favorite rimfire rifle. It was a truck gun before I got it, so it's got a few scratches. It is a pretty decent shooter, and also has a great trigger.
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Old 02-15-2014, 03:37 PM
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As has been posted - some guns are just too good to mess with.

IMO, my $350 was well spent on my M77/22Magnum.




I put an old school Leupold 4X Rimfire scope on it ($75).


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Old 05-10-2014, 02:05 PM
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77/22 Ultimate

Here`s mine, Shilen 22 LR varmint taper SS barrel, AAA claro walnut stock, xtra power striker spring, bolt shimmed, home brew 12 oz. trigger on a VQ sear. I think checkering was done at Canyon Creek. Stock was purchased from forum member Rebel Squirrel, several years back, 5-10 maybe?
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Old 05-15-2014, 09:03 AM
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I posted about a year ago, but I never included a pic (didn't know how). So here is the results of alot of time invested, a custom stock from CWG, a 22 in LILJA Varmint taper barrel. The ammo it shoots is from Outland Sales they load for me with a 45gr. 6 ogive benchrest bullet. It will punch out the 10 ring on a 100 yd. BR target at 100 yds.

This is a beauty. I have an all weather that I want to upgrade but have never really found the look I am after. It shoots straight as it is but could always be better.
Besides a fine rifle is like a fine lady. She just makes ya feel better when shes under your arm.
Great job on your rifle.
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Old 05-18-2014, 12:45 PM
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Want to start by saying what a great forum for us rimfire guys. I am new to the forums and look forward to contributing in the future.
With that said. What a bunch great looking rifles. There's something to be said for the rimfires that we all grew up with. It comforting to see that many of us still hold dear the little, but very capable .22lr (ands it's hybrid rounds)
I have a 77/22 all weather model that I bought around 1996. I only shot it once shortly after buying it. Now that I am in my mid fourties I am realizing a renewed interest in it.
I hope to make some upgrades to her as income allows it. I'm hoping for a .920 barrel, volquartsen trigger and an aftermarket stock. Can't decide if I want a thumbhole or traditional stock. Not sure how a thumbhole stacks up on a bolt gun.
Anyway thanks for posting pictures of your 77/s. They all look great.
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Old 05-21-2014, 10:17 AM
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Getafterit, you should have fun working on your 77/22. Before you get a different
trigger, I would search this site for folks that make the ruger trigger work very
well. I've done roughly 8-12 triggers for my guns and I really wouldn't change mine. The original spring that comes with the 77/22 is VERY heavy and there's usually slop between the sear and trigger pins. I did go a little farther than most as I purchased a .126 reamer from mcmaster-carr and enlarged the holes on the sear and trigger slightly. Then I used a small klien screwdriver shaft that's chrome and exactly the right dia. and used it for pins for the sear and trigger. Never looked back. A little emery cloth on the sear, replace the spring with a spring from a ball point pen and it's as smooth as glass.
Kent
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