1 Notice to Owners of RugerM77 bolt Action RiflesSturm, Ruger manufactured M77 boltaction Rifles from 1968 to 1991. The trig-ger overtravel adjustment set scre w(shown on right) in a few of these riflesmay not be securely tightened and maymove too readily. This change in originaladjustment can, in extreme cases, eithercause the rifle to fire unexpectedly (withthe safety off) or cause the rifle to notfire at all. This may occur suddenly andwithout M77 bolt Action Rifles pro-duced in later years have this set screwpermanently secured.
2 These Rifles have a T inscribed on the underside ofthe bolt handle. This condition cannot occur in any of our other firearms astheir trigger mechanisms differ. Please note in particular that this conditioncannot occur in Ruger M77 Mark II bolt Action Rifles , which are of an entire-ly different your safety, we ask that all Owners of M77 Rifles (except those with a T underneath the bolt handle) contact us, using the coupon will receive a new locking screw that will replace your present over-travel adjustment set screw and detailed instructions for quick, easy instal-lation.
3 There is no charge for this serviceand replacing the screw will haveno adverse effect on trigger not use your M77 rifle until you have received and installed thereplacement COPIES OF INSTRUCTION MANUALS FOR ALLMODELS OF Ruger FIREARMS AREAVAILABLE ON REQUEST-PLEASE SPECIFYMODELFOR WHICH YOU REQUIRE , Ruger & Company, Lacey PlaceSouthport, Connecticut 06890 Ruger FIREARMS ARE DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN Ruger FACTORIES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAP lease affix to a postcard and mail to:Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc.
4 , Dept. M771 Lacey Place, Southport, Connecticut 06490 NAME(Please Print)STREET OR BOXCITYSTATEZIPN umber of M77 s owned:List serial numbers here: Ruger M77 Rifl