Here is the rest of the article, does not mention the calibre, but I would have used an RPG.
The horror...the horror.
Novelist Joyce Carol Oates...
Do you mean like this ?
Finally made contact with my Gunsmith, he cannot remember exactly what he did to my trigger as it was too long ago. Was a couple years ago so has...
I am probably not describing it correctly, I will give my gunsmith a call and find out exactly what he did.
I believe the 75 trigger is slightly different again to the S491. S491 trigger part number S584S110, 75 model part number S5960110.
I did have...
I see you have it listed for sale on the SSAA site ? Not what you wanted ?
This happened to us and we asked the old owner to introduce us to the new owner. We still hunt the same farm which we are very happy about as we...
And that is the older brother on the left ?
You got that right !
I just bought 100 Sako 222 loaded rounds from my local shop and they were cheaper than 100 Lapua cases. So have to be happy with that !
Don't forget it is chambered in the hyper-sonic 222 calibre, unlike my 222 A1's which are just the ordinary 222, not to mention that A1's not sold...
On the Sako Rifles Club Facebook page one of the members has had installed an Adjustable Valmet sniper trigger. This is on his AII. I have no idea...
To my knowledge, no they did not make a lefty, but I have seen a picture of a left hand Sako L461 which was a RH action converted to LH. Looks...
Was it this one posted on UsedGuns ? Showing it to be a left hand action ?
Who would be brave enough to run a gold plated bolt through an action ? Even though it sure looks wonderful.
You are going to have a lot of new friends.
Thank you for writing that. I also regret you not having your camera with you.
I have two Sako's fitted with Leupold QR bases and mounts, they have no windage adjustment. An S491 and L461, both times when zeroing the scopes...
I don't recall it having short legs at the time. Here is another photo which I believe is the same fox but the pic taken with Michael's BRNO rifle...
Sako trigger guard screws are available from Brownells Australia. They get them out from their warehouse when you oder and get them in about 21...
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