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I am thinking about buying a Finnlight.

Are Sakos worth the money.

I am looking for an elk rifle for a back country hunt. The combination of light weight, reliability, quality and accuracy seem to be all there.

What do you think?
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Wife and I hunt out west every year and really like the Browning Composite Stalker rifles. She shoots a 7mm-08 and me, a 270win. Great rifles for the back country of the hardwoods.
I got a couple sakes 75 actions great actions and yes I feel they are worth the money now they got the 85 actions out I hear they are excellent
I love sakos there IMO there is nothing better yes the price is outrageous but you will have that gun forever and one of the best
I own 2 Sako's one willed from my Dad and one from my grandfather. They are 222 and 243. I have killed deer with both guns.
They are great firearms. The ones I own were made in Finland and I am hearing the newer ones are not being made there!
Rem243 said:
The ones I own were made in Finland and I am hearing the newer ones are not being made there!
They are still made in Riihimaki, Finland.
I have a 75 action and I think they are worth every penny
Thanks guys. I have the cash stashed.

Just have to "pull the trigger."

Ted
I don't think there's a better factory barrel than Sako's..

A Sako is never a mistake, IMO....
Sako is a excellent rifle. I own many from Finnbears to foresters to the newer 85 which is a Finn Light. Buy it and you will never go back!
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