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what model is this 60 euro sako?

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looks very mosin nagant inspired. If this country wasnt so strict id get it just for fun. I can see why they want each gun justified but plinking should be a justification for someone who is already allowed big bores and semi auto 12g. Interesting model tho, iam curious what it was intended for. Il have to dig into the subject a bit, seems an odd choise for a Hunter or serious comp shooter
 
Most single shot rimfires are used for training, hunting, plinking, pest control, and just plain fun.
I heard once that the P46’s and P54’s were often “handed to children to play with”
The 46 model has a delightful 30 degree bolt swing. The trigger is somewhat adjustable and the barrel can provide outstanding accuracy. Plus the fascinating domestic birch furniture is always interesting. Every Sako lover should have one!😁
 
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I will eventually have to learn how to buy Finnish guns from Finland. Finland is on my "bucket list", and my brother wants to go in the fall. Then I could work-out the details there and ship.
 
I will eventually have to learn how to buy Finnish guns from Finland. Finland is on my "bucket list", and my brother wants to go in the fall. Then I could work-out the details there and ship.
easier than The other way around, i do know that. Essentially you need to show the seller that you have the right to purchase the item and import it in your own country, the gunshop here will then arrange an export license on their end (at your cost).

from there its a matter of shipping. The difficulty isnt the export, most countries are happy to have a gun leave the country. If your country is chill about import it shouldnt be such a problem. Finland has too many guns floating around that arent desired by anyone and the permit system makes buying them for projects too mutch hassle unless its a licensed gunsmith and they tend to favor the Mausers for wathever reason (i count arisaka actions as mausers as mutch as a CZ 550 is a mauser)
 

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