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Sako 300 Win Mag Issues?

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Unread 09-05-2013, 03:47 AM
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Re: Sako 300 Win Mag Issues?

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Originally Posted by roninflag View Post
deer- all your groups should look like the .55 one out of a hart/sako. something loose.
I haven't found anything. Checked the mounts, stock screws, etc.
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    Unread 09-05-2013, 05:54 AM
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    Re: Sako 300 Win Mag Issues?

    Mine is 1:11 with 23 1/2" factory barrel and seems to like 180gr and heavier 0-.010" off the lands. Below group is at 100 yards with 71.5 H4831SC, 200 NAB, and CCI250. Load was developed a couple of years ago and haven't had a chance to further explore it.

    I hope you have it resolved soon. Good luck

    Ed
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    Re: Sako 300 Win Mag Issues?

    I'd be pretty happy if mine would consistently do that? Here's mine. It's had WE Birdsong Black-T applied.

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