What is the serial number of a Sako rifle?
I am trying to identify ( for sure) a Sako Rifle. The serial number is SAKO SM 756452 300 WSM.
Why are Sako old models no longer in production?
Because Sako rifles are made by Sako gunsmiths and out of best materials they tend to last from father to son. That’s why we provide information about the products that are no longer in production. Because Sako rifles are made by Sako gunsmiths and out of best materials they tend to last from father to son.
What kind of rifle is the Sako quad?
Sako, the world’s most prestigious rifle and cartridge brand, combines advanced technology with traditional gunsmith craftsmanship. Performance that surpasses the highest demands for accuracy, reliability and versatility. The Sako Quad is a special small- game bolt-action rimfire rifle with interchangeable barrels.
Is the Sako Arrowhead 2 still in production?
Performance that surpasses the highest demands for accuracy, reliability and versatility. Our skilled craftsmen are eager to make your vision come to life with more personalized rifles. From this section you can find information about the models that are no longer in production.
When did Sako make the L46 small bore?
From 1972 until 1983 Sako made several small bores, the L46, P54, P72, P75, M78 and P94. These were offered in various chamberings, stocks including a mannlicher and various finishes. They were chambered in 22LR, 22 Mag and 22 Hornet. There is very sketchy information on these fine collectibles.
When did the Sako L61R Finnbear come out?
In 1961, Sako introduced the L61R Finnbear for the long cartridges like the .30-06, .270 and similar. For a short while, Sako produced a clip fed lever-action gun, the Sako Finnwolf (VL63) chambered in .243 and .308 Winchester. There were 3 versions of the L61R and L579 models, the sporter, a deluxe model and a full stock Mannlicher version.