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Sako ammo

Sako Collectors Club Discussion Forum

make sure to inspect the ammo, i have gotten a few boxes lately with bullets seated at different depths. i got new ammo for free from the shop but the response they got from sako was that they are incredibly overburdened by the military and reservist demands for ammo and QC has suffered.

In general its not going well for Sako. Layoffs, piles of new rifles discounted in the outlets, ammo price soaring. So i imagine export is the first thing they will reduce.

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