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Ruger M77 358 Winchester

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:?:I desperately need some help here. I have a Ruger M77 in 358 Winchester along with a letter from Ruger validating the caliber. What would be the value range for this rifle. Thanks.
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- .22-250 Rem., .220 Swift, 6mm Rem. (disc.), .243 Win. (disc.), .250 Savage (disc.), .257 Roberts, .25-06 Rem., .270 Win., 7x57mm, 7mm-08 (disc.), 6.5mm Rem. Mag. (scarce), 7mm Rem. Mag., .280 Rem., .284 Win., .308 Win. (disc.), .30-06, .300 Win. Mag., .338 Win Mag., .350 Rem. Mag., or .358 Win. cal., long or short action, blue finish, 5 shot mag., 3 shot in Mag. cals., 22 or 24 in. barrel, available with integral bases or round top, some models supplied with sights, stock is checkered walnut with red rubber butt plate, approx. 7 lbs. Mfg. 1968-92.
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Last MSR was $558
:?: Where did you get your info?? I have been told that this is a rare M77 and should be worth more than regular production.
GunsAmerica currently lists three M77 RS in .358 Win.

Two used priced at $999 and $1250. One new in box for $1299.
Of course, what they are listed for and what the market will pay are often quite different.
That came straight from the Bluebook

There's 4 versions in .358 for sale on gunsamerica but they say it's rare too ... rFb4-1.htm

I dunno , I mess with shotguns..
:) Thanks to each of you for your help. I could not have done it without you.
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