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    Default 257 Roberts

    Just got a realy nice Ruger 77 MKII chambered for 257 roberts in.

    Just thought I'd let everyone know.
    Steven Untiet
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    Default 257 Rbts

    What are you asking for the Roberts?

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    If I didn't already have four Roberts, I'd be all over this one.....

    Better jump on it boys. It's a dandy, even if you bought if "for your wife."

    Course she'd have to stand in line behind you for a chance to shoot it!!!!

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    I have $600 on it, but I have hagle room there as well.
    Oh Yeah there is two boxes of Hornady ammo togo with it.
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    Default 257 Rbts

    $600? is there a scope on it?

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    No scope but it has the rings and is in close to new condition. Stop by and check it out.
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    Default Any Idea...

    how hard it is to say I have enough Roberts' with four of 'em in the rack already? I'm twitching trying to figure out what I could move to snag that one!
    If you've not had the chance to play with a .257 Roberts, you owe it to yourself to pick one up. Even if you don't like it (hardly) there's usually folks standing in line for one if you wanted to get rid of it......

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    Default I've been thinking...

    I think I'm going to buy a .257 Roberts for my son when he gets a bit older as his first hunting rifle. It will probably be a T/C Encore, maybe a Kimber. I have always thought the Roberts was an interesting round. And yes, he may have to wait in line for a chance to shoot it.

    P.S. I will NOT buy a Ruger. Never again. No offense to you Ruger fans out there, but Ruger has not done well by me recently.

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