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    Ruger MKII Stainless .308

    $900

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    Ruger M77 MKII Stainless Steel Rifle Synthenic Stock
    Hushpower 370 Suppressor
    Bushnell Bannon Scope.

    In very good condition, estimated 250 fired in total.
    I have not used it - have bought another rifle that suits my needs better
    All up length on this is 119cm with SUP attached
    Nice balance and exc rifle as are all M77

    Gun Bag not included

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    Has the barrel been shortened from std please, and if so to what length?
    What is the thread?
    What is the magnification range on the Banner pls?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puffin View Post
    Has the barrel been shortened from std please, and if so to what length?
    What is the thread?
    What is the magnification range on the Banner pls?
    Thanks
    Barrel original as far as I know - 20.5 from where barrel exits breach housing

    Not sure what or how to give you SUP thread details
    I can photo if that helps

    Scope 3-9x

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    This needs the stock dipped and the metal work Cerakoted, very temping...

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    If it's something like 1/2 by 20 then it'll be 20 threads per 1/2 inch. Same for 1/2 by 28. Same for 14x1 inch etc. I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian 22. View Post
    If it's something like 1/2 by 20 then it'll be 20 threads per 1/2 inch. Same for 1/2 by 28. Same for 14x1 inch etc. I think

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    14x1 is metric....14mm od 1mm pitch and so on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    14x1 is metric....14mm od 1mm pitch and so on.
    So it's nothing to do with the threads like the imperial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    14x1 is metric....14mm od 1mm pitch and so on.
    Oh. That clears up my thread knowledge then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian 22. View Post
    So it's nothing to do with the threads like the imperial?
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    Oh. That clears up my thread knowledge then.
    yep 14 denotes the diameter(14mm) like 1/2" does(half an inch) and 1 denotes the thread pitch(1 thread per millimeter) like 20 does (20 threads per inch)
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    14x1 is metric....14mm od 1mm pitch and so on.
    You both now have me very confused
    So how do I work out the thread on this barrel ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    14x1 is metric....14mm od 1mm pitch and so on.
    You both now have me very confused
    So how do I work out the thread on this barrel ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    You both now have me very confused
    So how do I work out the thread on this barrel ??
    Start by measuring the thread on the muzzel with some calipers to get the diameter.....pitch can be tricky without a thread pitch gauge but if you have diameter you know to look for either a metric or imperial thread pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Start by measuring the thread on the muzzel with some calipers to get the diameter.....pitch can be tricky without a thread pitch gauge but if you have diameter you know to look for either a metric or imperial thread pitch.

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    Muzzel diameter = 12.5mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    Muzzel diameter = 12.5mm
    That will be half inch (12.7mm) with the tops of the threads rounded most likely, most common is 1/2x20 so for an inch long section of thread there will be 20 threads or turns,half inch long thread =10 threads 1/4 inch long thread =5 threads etc.

    set your vernier to half inch or 12.7mm and lock it the the very tips of your vernier should line up perfectly with the tops of the threads when measured lengthways and there should be ten threads between including the ones your verniers are touching.....if the thread is to short set to 1/4 inch or 6.35mm and it should line up on 5 threads.
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    Yea Cam - it was a tad over the 12.5 - so 12.7 was smack on
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