Hi All-- I guess I could post this in the Ruger forum, but I'd be preaching to choir a bit, so I decided to put it here. My most recent acquisition is a brand-new Ruger M77 MkII in .308. Like almost everyone else, I really liked everything about the rifle except the trigger pull, which was god-awful heavy and creepy too. Not that I'm an expert of any sort, but even I can tell that it's hard to shoot well when you have no idea when the trigger's going to work. So, I called Ruger, got a very nice lady on the phone, and she said to send it in with a letter saying what I wanted done. I Fed Ex'd it the next day and wrote that I'd be using it for a hunting rifle, so a reasonably crisp trigger pull of 3 1/2-4 pounds would suit me fine. I also asked them to check the barrel for accuracy. I got the rifle back in a week and a half. The trigger's great, much lighter pull and I know when it's going to fire. Creep is all gone. The rifle shoots 1" or less groups from the bench at 100 yards with every ammo I've tried: Winchester Super X, remanufactured USA ammo from Cabela's, Federal Vital-shock, and Remington Core-lokt. Also, my warranty is intact. So far, I've gotten the best accuracy with plain-Jane Remington core-lokts, although I plan to try lots of other loads. The only ammo that's been a problem is Federal vital-shock 165 gr. Sierra Game-king btsp's. Accuracy is fine, but for some reason the rifle doesn't what to extract the cases from the chamber--it does work, but I have to push hard to turn the bolt up and then pull it towards me. Every other kind of ammo extracts and ejects beautifully, so there I think it's the cartridge, not the rifle. My experience with this rifle and the two other Rugers I've owned is that their service is fine as long as you call them, find out their policy and of course ask in a polite manner.