Does the Ruger M77 Mark II have an adjustable trigger?

Does the Ruger M77 Mark II have an adjustable trigger?

All stainless steel, drop-in kit does away with the non-adjustable, factory trigger and its heavy pull, for improved accuracy and more enjoyable shooting. Conveniently-placed set screws are adjustable for let-off, weight of pull (1.5 to 3lb.) and overtravel.

When was the Ruger M77 Mark II made?

The Ruger M77 Mark II, a bolt action rifle designed by Sturm, Ruger & Co. in 1991, is the successor to the original M77, having been almost completely redesigned and re-tooled.

What kind of Trigger do you use for a Ruger M77?

Rifle Basix Ruger Trigger for Ruger M77/MKII current production bolt action centerfires. Fits right or left hand. May be installed by user. Uses factory safety. Unique eccentric tip safety adjustment screw makes the RU-MKII the aftermarket replacement trigger of choice for Rugers.

What kind of trigger does Ruger use for the Hawkeye?

• Replacement trigger for current Ruger bolt action centerfire rifles (see our RU-R for .357 & .44). Aftermarket trigger of choice for Ruger’s. • Kit fits new “Hawkeye” Models with LC6 Trigger. • Comes complete with instructions, hardware pack, and wrench for easy user installation.

How good is the M77 Hawkeye 30-06 trigger?

Thanks for a great product. I installed this into my late model M77 Hawkeye in 30-06 on Saturday. I’m a reasonably decent mechanic and like to tinker with my own stuff. The installation instructions were easy to read and understand. The trigger works flawlessly after applying enough tension to overcome a slam fire when closing the bolt.

What is the pull weight on a Timney trigger?

Timney Trigger experts at our Phoenix, Arizona plant hand-test every trigger in its intended action and then set the pull weight at our factory standard, 3 lbs. If you prefer a different pull weight you simply select it from the drop down above and your Timney Trigger will be customized to your preference.