I do love the Zytel Canoe Paddle stocks. Indestructible and light weight.
Love the Ruger M77 too.
The only inaccurate one I ever had was an M77 Ultralight Pushfeed .270 WCF with a pencil barrel in a skinny walnut factory stock.
It would generally shoot into my hat size at 100 yards.
All of the CRF Mark II and Hawkeye M77s I have had were accurate, as was my first M77 Pushfeed .30-06 circa 1981,
which would shoot 3 shots into 0.5 MOA, and still does, over 40 years later.
A most accurate .300 WinMag in a Zytel stock, even with a Tasco "World Class" 3-9x40mm mildot scope,
I would not change a thing about her 9 pounds and 2 ounces as shown here:
Other Zytel Wunderrifles:
The .458 WM that weighs 9#4oz with the 2.5X Leupold scope:
The bare-rifle weight with iron sights of a 20"-barreled .416 Ruger in Zytel stock is 7 pounds 0 ounces:
The bare-rifle weight with iron sights of a 20"-barreled .375 Ruger in Zytel stock is 7 pounds 5 ounces:
Ye olde Hogue factory stock weighs about 2.5 pounds. Zytel weighs about 1.5 pounds.
Easy one pound off the rifle.
Those silly laminated grip panel inserts would add an ounce and need to be checkered.
The standard Zytel grip panels are better.
I do like to have the noisy sling hangers replaced with Uncle Mike's studs.
And either a replacement recoil pad or a slip-on LOP adjuster is a treat.