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This is a discussion on New Ruger 77/50 Owner Questions within the Ruger Single-Shot forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Hello All, I recently purchased a Ruger 77/50 in near new condition. Included with the rifle are the scope rings and a 209 Primer conversion ...


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New Ruger 77/50 Owner Questions

Hello All,

I recently purchased a Ruger 77/50 in near new condition. Included with the rifle are the scope rings and a 209 Primer conversion kit. I have done some searching and reading about the 209 conversion and would appreciate anyone with first hand experience providing additional incite as to the pros and cons of the conversion. I read that the heavier primer can cause problems with the trigger sear? I have also read that smoothing the factory nipple adapter allows the primers to seat better and solve the misfire problems that can be experienced?



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