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Looking for the old ruger mk 77 zytel all weather rifles. All calibers matter...


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We’ve picked quite a few off gunbroker in the last year. You have to try every possible way to search the listings.


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Yeah I thought I’d try here too


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I have a .30-06, original owner, from the early 90’s I think. Great condition. Has an aftermarket Timney trigger that’s great.
 

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Loved them since I bought one in .280 Rem in '92 or '93 (I think)I have a handful of them and I always keep an eye out for them. I have a couple of bare stocks waiting for some stainless Hawkeyes to put in them.
 
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I would love to find one in 243, 22-250, 7mm-08....


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Man I had a collection of these skeletons years ago, back when they were $350-400. I had 1 of the 1/1000 Ultralight 7.62x39, 1 Reg weight 7.62x39, 77/22 green inserts, 280, 223, 260, 308, 338, 10/22 sorta skeleton. I can’t remember what all i had but these I remember. Still have the 77/22 green insert, love that little gun.

Some of the toughest guns made, new trigger and shot pretty decent. Who’d have thought they would become sought after 20 years later the way they were hated on back then? Was just cheap reliable hunting rifle back then.
 

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In fair condition what are the centerfire calibers going for now days? .270?
 

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I have a 30-06 that is in good shape with an older Denver redfield scope I’d consider selling for $700.
 

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I put a 375Ruger Alaskan in one of those zytel stocks. Wow, what a difference over that crappy Hogue stock. Much lighter and trimmer feeling. A perfect rifle for anything, anywhere. However, I left that Hogue stock on the 416Ruger Alaskan...you really need the cushy pad on that one.
 
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That’s a fair price but I’m heavy on 7mm (the best caliber).


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