I just won an auction for a P72 in .22 Hornet. I'm excited about it and can't wait for it to arrive. Pics on Gunbroker look really good. It's mounted with an old 3x Weaver on what appears to be a Sako factory rail mount. That will have to go - a cool scope but my aging eyes want more power with a small bore rifle . I'll have to root around the magic box of old scopes - I think there are a couple of Leupold and Burris 2-7x and 3-9x compacts in there. I used to have a 78 in .22 magnum years ago, but I sold it to finance something else. This is the first small-action Sako I've owned in 20 years or so. Hopefully it will shoot like it looks. I was surprised at how little I had to pay for it. I kept waiting for my bid to be crushed by some deep-pocket Sako collector (as has happened several times with Mannlicher-stocked Sakos), but I got it for $815 plus shipping. P72's in .22 LR routinely go for that or more, and I'd think a rare caliber like .22 Hornet would add a big premium - but the market has spoken. As far as I know, the P72, like the M78, was made in .22LR, .22WMR, and .22 Hornet. If anybody knows of any other calibers, please sound off. Here's a photo from the Gunbroker listing. I'll post more when I get it, hopefully early next week.