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Short Actions Stock For L469 Heavy Barrel

Sako Collectors Club Discussion Forum

I own a Sako in 221 Fireball heavy barrel originally a 222 Magnum clip fed L469. The orignal stock and barrel are long gone. I bought a replacement Sako stock that was broken and repaired. Nobody seems to make a replacement stock for an L469 at any sort of reasonable dollar amount. My question is in looking on line it appears that the bottom metal for an L46 clip fed appears identical. Can I buy a semi-inletted stock for an L46 and have it fit? It looks like Richard Microfit Stocks has a Sako L46 Clip stock semi-inletted blank that they sell. Not looking for fancy wood just something that will hold point of impact when shooting rockchucks. I do my own glass bedding so that is not a problem.


It's not a clip, it's a detachable box magazine! You will probably have to take some wood out for the magazine area for it to fit, but it should be doable. I have an old L469 stock that I have used in a duplicating machine to make stocks from blanks & the L46 will fit it as well.
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