I'm new to the forum but have read through the threads as a guest for some time and I finally have a question worth asking so I signed up. I'm having a Ruger M77 Mk2 re barreled from 30-06 to 375 Ruger. Its a LH stainless with a laminate stock. Ive been reading a bit on the internet and stumbled across an article where a gentleman claims he saw a Ruger M77 MK2 CRF fail in 7 out of 8 rifles by PH's in training in Africa if they cycled the action as fast as possible. He claims the Ruger pivoting ejector is too slow from the factory and can miss the shell if the bolt is thrown at maximum force. Now....since I have this very action at the Gunsmith as we speak getting re barreled for a trip to Alaska later this year...can anyone offer any experience with this happening. Me and dad have owned several Rugers over the years and never seen this happen however we have only hunted deer, elk and wild boar and never had a life or death encounter that would necessitate testing this theory. Since the rifle is in the shop at the moment and dad is in Iraq I cant test this out on my own. Any words of advice are welcomed. Any specific fine tunings I should request from the gunsmith other than the usual? I asked them to square the action and lap the lugs as well as make sure the new caliber feeds properly but didn't mention any details. Any input would be greatly appreciated.