Sako M995 Bolt

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  1. hunter37

    hunter37 Member

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    Have a 7mm STW I had ordered, bolt was lost in shipping. Any insights on how to obtain a new bolt? Sent to Beretta for new bolt but they had no way of getting one fitted. Contacted Midwest Gunworks and the also have no way of getting it taken care of. Any insight on this issue would be awesome.

     

  2. Johan Lindh

    Johan Lindh Well-Known Member

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    Same bolt as in a TRG-42.

    A good gunsmith will be able to help you.

    It might involve a fair bit of work though and a rebarrel might be a better option.
     
  3. William Bolling

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    You will more than likely have to buy another M995 in a magnum and have the STW barrel slapped on it.
    Anyway if you have no luck in finding one, let me know what you want for the rifle.
     
  4. paulsonconstruction

    paulsonconstruction Sako-addicted

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    Why did you accept delivery on a rifle without a bolt? If it was "lost in shipping", why not ship it back & get your money back? If you find a bolt, any gunsmith can fit it to your rifle. It may not need fitting at all if it headspaces properly.
     
  5. Derek Storey

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    what the rifle worth? minus the mag
     
  6. William Bolling

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    A complete M995 in excellent condition will go for $1000 to $1500.
    A M995 without magazine, $700 to $1000.
    A M995 without bolt, $400-$800.
    It all depends on the caliber and condition.
     

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