Rugged and hard-hitting, the compact and easy-to-carry Ruger Guide Gun is ready for whatever conditions or game come your way.
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Action : Bolt
Caliber : 300 Winchester Magnum
Barrel Length : 20.0"
Capacity : 3+1
Trigger : LC6
Safety : Three Position
Stock Description : Laminate Green Mountain
Metal Finish : Stainless Steel
Muzzle : Muzzle Brake
Receiver Material : Stainless Steel
Sights : Adj Rear, Bead Front, Integrated Base
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Submitted By: Lawrence K. On 12/11/2014
This gun is an awesome idea executed sub-optimally. Like all M77 Rugers it's over-engineered, tough yet elegant (much nicer looking in person than in picture), well balanced (albeit heavy), safe, and very accurate. The laminated stock and non-glare stainless make it very weather-resistant. The iron sights are dead on at 50 yards. It hits just over 1 MOA at 100 yards with good ammunition and a decent scope off a bench rest. That's all good. The not so good is that the included scope rings only work for 1" tube, small diameter scopes (I had to buy taller 30mm rings separately) and the radial muzzle brake uses a non-standard thread (1/2 x 24 whereas all other 30 cal rifles uses 5/8 x 24). I don't mind the proprietary scope rings so much, but vehemently dislike the non-standard threading, particularly since I prefer muzzle brakes that vent downward as I tend to take shots when prone or kneeling for greater accuracy when hunting. It costs more to have a custom thread adapter made than it does to have a custom muzzle brake built, so I opted for the latter, but Ruger either needs to get with the industry or offer better brakes with the weapon.
[4 of 5 Stars]