M77 MKII All-Weather in .375 H&H ?

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RugerForMe

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OK Did Ruger ever make a M77 MK II, All-Weather in .375 H&H?

We were talking about Guns for an Alaskan Bear and Moose Hunts, and one of the guys told us his Dad just sold a Stainless Bolt Action Ruger, in .375 H&H Mag.

Thinking he was talking about the Hawkeye I sort a correct him with you mean .375 Ruger right, He insisted that it was a .375 H&H, Ruger bolt action brushed stainless finish with a black “plastic” stock, sold it for $500

Did I just missed my dream gun?

Or just encounter another poop head talking crap?
 

Rocdoc

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Is not the 375 H&H too long for a Hawkeye long action? 375 Ruger as you suggest would be my guess also.
 

pete44ru

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The full-length magnum .375H&H won't fit into a standard Model 77 action - which is why Ruger only offered it AFAIK in the Model 77 Magnum (length) action (which costs at least 2-1/2x more than a standard M77).

I had a stainless/synthetic Model 77MkII All-Weather in .338 Winchester Magnum - but I've never come across a stainless Ruger M77 in .375H&H, either.

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