AH senior member
- Apr 6, 2014
- Reaction score
- Member of
- Tri-Cities Metallic Silhouette Association and Richland Rod and Gun Club
Did a little work on my 375 Ruger Guide Gun. Free floated barrel, honed trigger sear angle, changed trigger spring, glass bed action and honed bolt rails. Working the action made it smooth and trigger pull is a constant crisp 1.5 pound trigger pull.may be too light for some folks but I am used to 2 pound trigger pulls. Finger doesn't even go in trigger guard unless I intend to shoot. I am using my Nosler 300gr. Accubond load traveling 2590fps. and getting a 3- shot group 1/2" group at 100yds. I am sighted in 2.25" high at 100yds. which it put it dead on at 200yds. Going to use this combo on my cow elk hunt in November. Only thing you need to make sure tongue of stock has enough relief between togue of action or else you get cracking at tongue of stock area. Already had that happen on 2 stocks. This last stock I drilled cross angle thru crack and filled in with glass oppoxee. Also relieved wood around action tang. Very happy with mine.