My 5 Sako’s

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  1. ROOSTER

    ROOSTER Member

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    I have a couple:

    Sako 75 in .300 WSM Finnlight. SS fluted .
    Sako L579 in 22-250, 30" heavy barrel, McMillan stocked
    Sako L461 in .17 Rem. Single shot, hand made walnut stock by my father in-law.
    Sako A1 in .222 rem
    Sako Roughteck in .300WM Stainless.


    Tikka CTR in 6.5 C.M. threaded barrel.


    they are all great shooters.
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    EEB0CFE8-61F0-48B4-A294-0DA243ABC779.jpeg My only sako
     
  3. ROOSTER

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    That is a beauty, what caliber and model? Love the wood.
     
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    Av 270 never been out of my buddies gun safe. Just sold it to me can you tell me if those rings will fit a trijicon accupoint 1 inch tube
     
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    No sorry, what size is the scope on it in the picture? 44mm? If you know that, then you know what your trip icon is, that will confirm the fit. It looks like a 1” tube on the Leo.
     
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    It is a 1 inch tube. My buddy is keeping the scope
     
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    Seen this '68 L61R in 270 this morning...hard to walk away from.... IMG_20210129_103139.jpg
     
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    Looks very nice
     
  9. Bottom Gun

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    That one might have stuck to my hands.
     
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    You may have made a mistake. :)
     
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    I would have snagged that one. Nice,
     
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    I know 270 is a common caliber. But if $1099 is what you paid, I think you snagged a steel. With what appears to be a very good condition pad, not to mention the entire rifle looks to be in great condition, plus its A Deluxe with the "S" shaped release and Bofors marked slim taper barrel, you did real good.
     
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    deergoose Sako-addicted

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    I hope you bought it ! If you didn't, my bet is that you'll be sorry later on. Great rifle at a great price. Clean .270 Bofors Deluxes are hard to find !!

    Good luck!
    DeerGoose
     

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