No offense but...Are you planning on living another 42 years?
55 freight plus
57 tax plus
23 3% cc fee
= 795 is not too onerous but …
Plus new stock?
It is a good looking piece but the busted stock?...
It is both the civil discourse and depth of knowledge that brings me to this site nearly every day.
Much like yourself it is my A III .270 that...
Heart and liver for me.
Straight to the tent and into the cast iron skillet.
Nice looking bit of lumber in that stock.
I might be a sucker for blondes.
Welcome to the club and thanks for the pictures.
I am a fan of the bore guide not only to keep the brush aligned in the bore but to keep the solvent away from the stock.
Pretty cheap insurance....
Bore Tech Eliminator has been a favorite of mine for years.
Just do not let it get on the stock/finish as it will take the finish off the stock....
I thought this might be of interest to some of our northern neighbors
I have no stake,
follows is a link to the auction site.
Type Sako in the...
That’s a beauty for sure.
Being your pride and joy says you already have a case of “Sakoitis”
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Great place to start
A sincere Good luck!
It sounds like your Sako has what was called sticky stock.
This was a somewhat common problem on the Stoeger era guns.
I am not sure if there is a...
Front blade now long gone in all likelihood.
Looks like there may have been scope blocks for the likes of an old Unertl or some such.
I cannot imagine parting with any of my father’s few guns, but that is just me.
If I were you I would think long and hard before turning loose of...
Total shot in the dark so to speak.
Dovetails are marred too
I have the highest respect for you and your service.
Please be safe.
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