Sako A7

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  1. CBH Australia

    CBH Australia AH Fanatic

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    Hi,
    I’m keen to purchase a .300wm to replace the Ruger I sold. I have leads on a couple of Tikkas but also found a Sako A7 I now .300wm, seems it’s for sale as the owner didnt like the recoil.
    I have ammo, components so it’s .300wm I want
    It’s i will buy a Tikka but keen to hear what others say about the A7
     

  2. Beretta391

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    I have a Sako A7 roughtech. I really like it and shoots great. I HAD a Tikka T3 lite in 30:06. That gun would kick the snot out of you!!
     

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    One thing about Tikka and Sako in .30/06 and .300 mag I don’t like: 1-11” rifling twist verses 1-10”. I don’t know if that would ever make a difference but would have some concern with heavy mono-metal bullets or some heavy, long, high BC bullets stabilizing.
     
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