I see this empty can in a Canadian on-line firearms accessories auction. Might be nice to have if you own a NAACO Sako. (Hoppe's Guide to Gun...
- SPF used Sako original 26mm Low factory rings
All steel. In very good condition $75. (US) shipped
- used Talley bases for Sako. Steel....
I think they stamped it there because the rotary magazine, feeding ramp, etc. are machined to only fit the 30-06, no other cartridge. Feeding is...
Mannlicher-Schœnauer Model 1956 w/1.5-6X40 B. Nickel (Germany) scope in Steyr factory claw mounts. 30-06 Calibre.[IMG]
I'm another old Albertan. In Canada, that L46 .222 magazine alone goes for around $150. (Can) or more. The rifle is definitely worth $400.
Anything unusual about the barrel extending a bit past the nosecap on these two mid-1950's L46 fullstocks?
Pekka Halonen (1865-1933), 1903, Oil on Canvas, On The Trail of a Lynx, Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
I note it has been sold. The ad was only up for a day or two.
Maybe someone on this forum got it.
I see this ad in Canada (WTS : North America Arms Grizzly (canadiangunnutz.com)).
It is not my ad, but I once owned a NAACO "Sako" in .22 and it...
Pekka Halonen (1865-1933), 1900, Oil on Canvas, Lynx Hunter, Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
During the mid 80's, Lever Arms in Vancouver B.C. was selling very good condition hex-receiver Mosin-Nagants for $25. (Canadian) with a further...
I see one now for sale in Canada. The owner admits he hunted with it for at least ten years and that it has problems with ejecting empties. He has...
I have never owned a Finnwolf and have no desire to own any lever rifle. Yet, while I am sure they are admirable rifles, I understand that they...
I see one for sale in Canada...but a simpler conversion...and for me too expensive.
Custom Mosin Sporter - Great North Guns (greatnorthgunco.ca)
I once had numerous actual Mannlichers as well. I gave one to my oldest son and sold all the rest, except one, a minty 1926 Mannlicher-Schoenauer...
Not mine...just a photo...academic interest only. Thank you for the information.
This is supposedly a Sako built sporter on a Mosin-Nagant receiver.
Does anyone have one or know the history of these sporters?
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