I would say they are few on the ground, as there are thousands of the rounded first type in the US.
The square type may even date back as far as...
Ok just placed my first order!
looking forward to the results,
Thank you Gentlemen!
Good one Jim,
I will be there shortly with some numbers!
I think Jim will have the answer!
I too am very keen to find out.
Not sure what answer i want to hear, if they did make one or two, finding...
The majority of the first type are rounded, the early first type was square.
The front corners on the base are square and not rounded or radius, also another small change. I would need some pics to show it.
Think i still prefer the 222 carbine!
Nice looking rifle,
Yes they made the 26mm high.
Yes they are 3/4 swivels, i usually look in the second hand bins for old straps when at the gun shops.
if you find a leather 1 inch sling,...
The notch in the rear dovetail was also to locate the scope mounts, you could remove the scope hunt with open sights and them re fit the scope and...
My guess would be right from the start,
The first Sako rifles from 1930's had peep or diopter sights and this was the normal configuration...
Great work Jim,
Looks like the photos will be fixed real soon!
All looks good from here,
must say they do look the part!
easy to remove for scoping up and refitting for the safe queens!
Great looking rifle, i prefer the matt finish
Thanks for sharing!
wonder what that is for?
That is one reason why i did not suggest a price, where ever you live in the world, Sako's seem to vary in price and availability.
I think you...
ok, can you send a PM to L61R, Jim is the forum owner and will fix the glitch up.
I am not sure of any others who can help.
If you have any...
What a beautiful rifle!
Your father has great taste in rifles, i have no clue what its real value is but the 300 is well sort after by Sako...
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