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:roll: There Okay with me PH. I shoot a Tikka, Second line Sako :wink:
BTW: Did I say how much I love my Tikka :p

If not, I really do love my Tikka's :lol:

Have I said I love my Beretta's :wink:

Probably on SGW, Beretta Lovers :wink:

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Hey guys, I just got my Tikka out of the law away. Haven't had the chance to shhot it or for that matter quite decided which scope to put on it though. Think a nickel finish?

 

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I think enough of them to stand in front of cape buffalo with a Sako in my hands...375 H&H Safari Mdl... Sakos are excellent rifles. They did make some not so good rifles about 15 or so years ago, however. They got everything ironed out in a hurry, though.

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Basically top of the line rifles without going into the EXTRAVAGANTLY expensive rifles. They are really good and considered by many to be some of the best.

Had on in .243. Great gun.

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I'm upgrading from a Remington 710 so that's good to know. Although I'm always going to be partial to that gun. I've never missed with it, and most people who see it at the range mistake it for the Colt.
 

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I'm not particularly fond of the new Model 75s. I like the old Vixen, Forester, Finwolf and Finbear series of firearms. All fine rifles. Almost as good as my Pre '64 Winchesters.

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What is the sako 75 cost now,I remmember from years ago they were 750.00 to 800.00 dollars back then,what are they bringing now?Drop-Shot
 

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Hey guys have you noticed you don't see many used sako's?It looks like people keep them and thats a good endorsement of a product.Drop-Shot
 
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I am building a 7-08 on an L579 acton. Sako is a fine riflle. Do not know if Beretta has had an impact on quality or not. I have a Delux in 280 which can shoot well under an inch with handloads. From what I have seen in trying to locate an action for a 7-08. They are a bit pricey.
 

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Hey phideaux you must have cajun roots to have a last name like that.My wife was born in neworleans and raised in New Iberia,We got married and stayed there 17 years.Great food down there and good fishing.Drop-Shot
 
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