Discussion in 'General Sako Discussions' started by Old Hippie, May 26, 2021.
It’s a P72 .22wmr under the Leupold.
Nice healthy handful of Blackberries!
A rainy outing with a P72 is a fine way to pass time in nature’s walk thru theater! From what I’ve been understanding of late , you probably are on a well deserved hike to just be free and safe from the dangers and confinement of COVID. It’s one of the few safe places left to be.
I hope you are all doing well, and we all look forward to a return of normalcy in life!
We need to work up some Sako masks!
Took a trip to “The Buck Ranch” yesterday with my son and his Family. Had a great time fishing and scouting. My grandsons kept me laughing and smiling all along the way!
We checked the trail cams as well, and set up a few more. It is showing great promise and genetics!
This guy is nice already but has some room to grow..looks to be 2-3 years old…
This old pot bellied buck is ripe for harvest!
With hope when season opens he will still be daytiming long enough for us to have a chance at him.
My son has the best luck! His cam locations always do better than mine ( I love it!)
Then he goes fishing…
It was a great day in the field! No Sako’s…yet!
Beautiful deer! Which Sako will you use?
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All of them!
Not in one day of course….but with hope I will get to carry each one , as time goes by. If not , my spawn will perhaps carry the rest!
Some fine looking animals there Bloo.
Thank you Deersako, I’m really excited about this property. My son and I purchased the property earlier this year. We have only been along the boundaries and maybe a third of its interior , setting cameras and scouting. Already we have seen a fair amount of potential trophies, Whitetail and Black Bear. We have a plan to develop it into our hunting Mecca, with time and with hope.
My AV .300 win in Alaska
And a fine N. Texas Whitetail!
Do you hunt exclusively with a .300 win mag?
I used a 30-06 for a long time. Then a 7mm Remington for about 10 years.
Now I change back and forth between those 2 with a couple other different calibers thrown in.
A few hunts with a 35 Whelen. And recently bought a 6.5x55 and a 7x57.
The 7x57 is stamped 275 Rigby but just an old Mauser action with a shilen barrel.
The 300 was my first sako hunting rifle. Now I have 2 with the 30-06 I just purchased. Along with a quad in 17hmr that is by far my favorite Rimfire.
I had forgotten about my Tika. Only had true sako in my mind since I joined here.
This is my stainless laminated t3 in .270wsm with my best antelope ever in Wyoming about 10 years ago.
Another fantastic Speedgoat! Amazing animals! I have often wondered if the species would do well here in WV. With their quickness and agility, I kinda feel like they’d do better than our whitetail have , out running and dodging vehicles on the highways…
Tikka rifles are one of my sons favorite guns, he has more Tikka’s than he has anything. A T3 in .260 Rem has been his first choice hunting rifle for years.
Great photos Brother Hunter25! Thanks for joining in!
Some more P54 goodness -
Awesome timber on your old 54! Is that factory Artic Birch! Custom? Man, it’s sure is pretty!
It’s best to hunt with a gun like that, isolated areas, where one can guarantee not meeting anyone else while afield. Encounters with other hunters will be distracting as they will be drawn to you and your location, just to get a closer look at your gun!
My quad in 17hmr. Also many years ago.
Seems I have very few hunting pictures of my rifles. When I'm the one with a tag I'm often hunting alone.
Hey Bloo, it’s ‘just’ a factory birch stock
What is that critter Hunter25 ?
It is ‘just’ gorgeous!
Yellow bellied marmot AKA rock chuck. They are plentiful in the western US and a blast for long range because of their size. Where I’m from they live in the rocky bluffs, so it’s a great way to tune up for big game.
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