New to me 1942 M39

Discussion in 'Sako Pre-WW2 rifles military & other' started by Kev1Doggy, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Kev1Doggy

    Kev1Doggy Member

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    I recently got this off GB a nice matching number M39 on a Tula reciever.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    icebear Sako-addicted

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    Looks like a good one. Matching bolt, correct wartime stock with Sako cartouche. Judging from the condition of the wood vs. the metal, the stock has been arsenal refinished. How is the bore, and how does it shoot?
     
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    Bore looks good and bright strong rifling, I have not shot it yet but I am planning on it soon I have a range at my home!
     
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    You have a range at home!!! I'll be right over!!!
     
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    icebear Sako-addicted

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    It's good to see there's one more forum member who appreciates Sako's military rifles. They are among the most accurate and ergonomically friendly military bolt actions ever built, especially the m/39.
     

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