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Making Sako .338 RUM

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Unread 05-06-2010, 11:01 PM
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Making Sako .338 RUM

I have a Sako 75 SS that is currently a 300 RUM. I would like to have a new barrel in .338 installed and have much better stock placed on it. Who would you all recommend I send it to? Do you have an idea on price? I plan on using the gun in Alaska.
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    Unread 05-15-2010, 03:53 PM
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    Re: Making Sako .338 RUM

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    I have a Sako 75 SS that is currently a 300 RUM. I would like to have a new barrel in .338 installed and have much better stock placed on it. Who would you all recommend I send it to? Do you have an idea on price? I plan on using the gun in Alaska.
    I would say that you would have a hard time going wrong with any one of the smith's that sponsor this site. I would venture to guess that you could re-barrel and replace the stock for $1000 - $2000 depending mainly on the stock that you choose. $600 give or take to re-barrel.

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