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Sako 300 Winchester Magnum Custom


AV Action – Bull Barrel 26” Stainless Steel Barrel – Bolt face trued – Trigger Tuned – Beautiful, glass bedded walnut stock –  Built by Mark Shanlin at Big Horn Trading in Boulder, Colorado



 Recoil stops installed on dovetail bases to prevent scope movement from recoil



Exchangeable, threaded muzzle system – choose between short muzzle guard system for hunting and muzzle break for extended shooting at the range




Super soft 1” thick recoil pad takes the sting out of shooting.  When storing the rifle in the vault, insert the pin into the recoil pad to prevent the pad from compressing while stored upright.


Sako Riihimiki 218 Bee






Vintage small action L46

The rifle includes scope rings. According to documentation, the rifle was imported in 1950 and is one of the first 150 imported into the United States in 218 Bee.  The rifle includes RCBS reloading dies and about 400 rounds of loaded ammunition and brass.



Sako 17/222 Remington Custom




Beautiful custom walnut stock with rolled over cheek comb and flared pistol grip  -- Rifle includes RCBS form dies and reloading dies, formed brass, bullets, and loaded ammunition.



Sako Vixen 222 Remington Carbine



This rifle was imported in 1966 and features Sako backup peep rings and a Leupold variable power fine plex scope.     


Vintage Sako Peep Sight – Made in Finland – Aperture rotates to change elevation from 100 to 200 meters



Sako Ring Set – New – Each ring is adjustable for windage and to remove any torque when mounting a scope.




“Weaver” brand dovetail ring mounts for Sako rifles


These mounts allow setting rings just for your application.  Comparable with quick detachable rings, very low to very high ring height rings, see through rings, extended front and/or rear rings.  You can set up your rifle for proper scope eye relief, the largest objective lenses, and rifles without turned-down bolt handles.