sako 75 varmint

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Guest, Jun 4, 2003.

  1. Guest

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    anyone ever shot one ? how do they preform ,for a out of the box rifle , im looling at getting one in a 22-250 for ground hogs ?
     
  2. zeke3

    zeke3 New Member

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    I own a Sako 75 heavy varmit in 6ppc. It is one of the most accurate guns out of the box and shoots under 1/2 at 100yds all day. Like any gun, you will have to find out what it likes (bullet weight, powder, etc). Cant say enough good about them.
     

  3. inmate

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    Was Sako dealer for years. Also a gunsmith. Sako 75 out of the box is the best factory rifle I have shot. Rarely do they not shoot well. with bedding and trigger work, it will shoot like a dream. Almost every one needs action screws tightened. The PPC chambered rifles will shoot like bench guns.
    We used two of them for 600 yards. Would group better than some benchgun on same relay.