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Discussion in 'New members, please introduce yourselves here!' started by Michael Ashburn, Dec 4, 2017.

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  1. Michael Ashburn

    Michael Ashburn Member

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    I have already learned so much about the existing rifle I have and looking forward to learning more about it. Some photos attached. Thank you all. Michael

     

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    paulsonconstruction Sako-addicted

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    Did you build it or buy it? Seems an unusual choice of actions to build a Whisper on. Nicely done never the less. Welcome to the club!
     
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    stonecreek SCC Secretary SCC Board Member

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    I had an L46 from a proprietary gun rebarreled to the very similar (identical?) .300 Blackout recently. I haven't taken it to the field yet, but it shoots a 130 grain spitzer very accurately and at about the same velocity that a .30-30 shoots a 150 grain flat point. This puts them about even in energy once past 100 yards with somewhat less drop for the spitzer. I can't think of any real niche (much less a crying need) for this rifle, but it's a cute little gun that's fun to play around with.
     
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    My brother was a gun smith and he acquired it sometime ago. Said it was smooth and shoots super accurate!
     
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    I, too, am a new member. I am looking forward to learning from Sako owners as I seek to include Sako among German rifles.
     

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