Sako vintage mounts exploded view and parts list

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  1. tilleyman

    tilleyman Well-Known Member

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    Bored and back in lockdown #6... so decided to 3D model the iconic vintage Sako mounts.


    I've completed front and rear Medium sets, but cannot find any official part numbers so if anyone has that info I can update the drawings...

    Sako rear mount 25.4 MED Exploded.PNG
     
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    Bernie’s Dad Well-Known Member

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    Cool.


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    icebear Sako-addicted

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    Excellent, thanks!
     
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    https://www.sako.fi/support/support-discontinued-models. This Sako site provides a comprehensive list of manuals for most of their rifles which includes drawing and numbers. For your specifics request, L579 or L61 mount breakdown is a different variation that your exploded view, but some of the parts numbers are the same. Hope this helps. I have seen your mount with parts break down but been a few sleeps ago!
     
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    tilleyman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Tomball

    The Sako site PDF has some details on the later type of mounts with the angled caps... the one illustrated seems to be the front mount only.
    So I've updated my exploded view PDF's with the common part numbers but still chasing further details on the older type of mounts.
    Anyone with good contacts in Finland :D
     

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