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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Mark II
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alaskandavy
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14 Aug 2008 08:53 PM
    I have a Ruger M77R BR Mark II. On the magazine is a stamp that says 1 of 300. I contacted Ruger and found out that gun was shipped in Aug 2002. I asked them what the difference between this gun and a ""normal"" one and was told the stock was a ""premium"" walnut. That was the only difference they were aware of. I was just hoping someone could tell me if there was any other differences and if there was any value difference, and what the value should be. It is in 99% - looks brand new, but isn't. Thanks,
    David
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    ruger66
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    14 Aug 2008 10:52 PM
    Hi
    Would your gun be a 270?
    Vaughn
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    alaskandavy
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    15 Aug 2008 12:14 PM
    yes, sorry I didnt post that bit of info
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    ruger66
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    16 Aug 2008 02:49 AM
    Yours was produced with a Circassian walnut stock. I think all 300 were made in 270. I have seen the in price from $600 -$800 NIB. It is safe to say your will bring $200+ over a standard MKII 270.
    I hope this helps
    Vaughn
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    Firsttimegrampa
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    08 Oct 2008 02:07 AM
    I have one of these also. It was a special Distributer model by Henry's. A model produced as a result of the discontinuance of the M77 Mark 11 Express series. Features include Circassian Walnut stock with rosewood forend tip. The floorplate has a large rollmarked and gold inlayed Ruger eagle logo with the phrase ""1 of 300"" belowe it also in gold.Known s/n range 789-54332 to 789-54596..Reportedly 300 produced
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