Thanks Old Hippie! I know what you mean. I have 2 good reasons, and both are good shooters
I just bought some old 7x33 ammo. How old are they? [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
The box is never opened![ATTACH] [ATTACH]
New tracks today. Sako is ready for work![ATTACH] [ATTACH]
The bullet went in on "this" side. But no big damage on the other side. I used Sako hammerhead 180 gr. The rifle likes heavy bullets. The lynx...
Yes. The weight on this cat is 40 pound(19,5 kg.). It is normaly for a grown up male in the south Norway.
A Sako All in .308 with a varmint stock (orginaly a short mannlicher). It is a very handy tool for hunting in the norwegian mountains. The lynx...
Sorry for your missing hunt Douglastwo
We say that the dressed weight is 50-55% of live weight.
The weight in Norway is only meat and the bones inside the meat.
You are right! He stumbeled 30 feet.
A good day! [ATTACH] Moose 190 kg dressed. Sako Hammerhead .308, 180 grains.
[ATTACH] The rifle is a orginaly mannlicher A2 .308 . The orginal stock is in the safe. We put it in a bedded varmint-stock to keep it more...
New Sako-brass and 78g game-head seems to be delivered in January. Norway. Please send me a PM and I will help you with the shipping.
Finally in the safe. It is missing all except the barrel. Seems to work good.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
The 30-06 was loaded with Sako Hammerhead.[ATTACH]
Can there be a differens in handeling a .338 instead of a .375 ? I don't know. But after more then 30 years with a AV .375 this problem have...
Not anything "seriously". I tested it one evening at my friends farm. Found it very easy to shoot. 10 mm/100 meters is no problem. And...
It is a good rifle. I bought mine in 1986 and it is working 100% after 70 norwegian-moose kill.
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