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    One thing interesting about the M77 in the above picture, it doesn't seem to have the standard Ruger ring mounts on it. Looks like bases, and quick detach rings. Wonder if Ruger is going to be changing their scope mounting system for the M77's...

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    "You've never shot anything like this before"....Unless you have a .375-.338.

    I'm actually very interested in the .375 Ruger it looks very much like a beltless 375 Taylor. I wonder if anybody has any chamber reamers yet?

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    Whats the 375 ruger got that the 375 H&H dont?

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    Quote Originally Posted by svehunter View Post
    Whats the 375 ruger got that the 375 H&H dont?
    svehunter,

    Fits in any standard action seems to be one of the major benefits. Plus it was designed for shorter length barrels. I'm sure there is more, but these are the ones that caught my attention.

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    Default Warne

    Warne makes QD rings that mount directly to Ruger integral bases.

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    Default $$$

    I was wondering if anyone has heard what they're gonna charge for a box of this new 375 ruger? Or what the new M77 hawkeye in 375 ruger will cost??

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    Default ? different

    ?belt
    ?head space on datum line
    ?shorter powder column
    ?more efficient case
    ?cost
    ?availability

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    Quote Originally Posted by shphtr View Post
    ?belt
    ?head space on datum line
    ?shorter powder column
    ?more efficient case
    ?cost
    ?availability
    Belt-no belt
    Head space-unkown
    Shorter powder column-has to be
    More efficient case-most likely
    Cost-more than I'll want to pay
    Availability-hahahahaha!

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    I am really looking forward to a Ruger #1 in the 9.3x74. I hope it is not long in coming.

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    Default .416?

    I wonder if a .416 could be made out of this case that would be able to headspace on the shoulder? It seems it would have more case capacity that the .416 Taylor in the same length action?

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    Default Not sure that I don't like this one a bit better...

    http://www.ruger.com/Firearms/PDF/Ne...G_MKII-A-S.pdf

    .338 Federal or .358 Winchester, stainless, laminated stock, even get the spiffy barrel scope mount.....

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