Discussion in 'General Sako Discussions' started by cl_leg, Aug 14, 2017.
this is a beauty, if i were in the US...
Wow, what a rare beauty. I have the one Dr. Palmisano sent a gunwriter for testing and articles when they first came out. It is serial number 20.
This has been advertised for quite awhile. Not sure it's worth the asking price. However value is in the eyes of the beholder.
Another CDN member on here had a 222 75 varmint blued walnut that was a deluxe. I didnt believe it was factory. Now seeing this?? I will see if i can find a pic of it.
Founds some pics of the rifle that was questionably a 75 deluxe...not too sure when comparing the two to be honest. The cap looks a little long....thoughts?
Agreed. Added forend tip to basic 75 varmint.
75 Deluxe in 17 Remington. It isn't a heavy barrel, but the wood, finish and checkering pattern don't match...
Nice looking rifle.
So . . . if this gun were in Canada . . . what would your top bid be?
Where did that Super Deluxe 6PPC appear for sale?
Last seen on gunbroker????????
enotstehw i am sure i would have moments that $6000 would seem to be a good buy.
Deluxe heavy barrels are very rare. And a Super Deluxe heavy barrel is rare as "BIGFOOT".
Interesting. I had thought that no Deluxes were heavy barrel models.
Same here . . . until a photo of a Deluxe hb popped up on this forum a while back. And I think it was posted by one the guys from Australia.
Well the highest bid did not break the reserve. Whatever it was set at.
Guess they don't want to sell it.
Since . . . only one person bid on it, they might be waiting for a better time of the year to offer it to the public?
Or the majority of Sako collectors are a bit thin in the wallet.
Serial #1 .22PPC heavy barrel was sent to a writer for testing and I hear it is for sale but owner can't decide on price. I'm not a SAKO collector and don't keep up with values but would like to have it. So how much should I offer?
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