I NEED to purchase a new 6.5x55.
I have handled a Sako wood/blue in a smaller calibre £1,200 and was told that my 6.5
could be had at that price.
I think I fancy the stainless laminated or the finnlight but don't want a big trip to a shop
miles away to look at them.
What i would like to know from other users,past or present is, do they all measure up
the same. In other words are all the stock lengths and fatness machined to similar sizes?
What is the Finnlight stock actualy like? Is it hollow and springy and tinny sort of thingy?
I have a fairly good idea what the laminated stock might be like because I already own a
Ruger Allweather stainless grey laminated HMR.
Any help,advice or opinions would be greatfully appreciated.
The rifle is for deer,fox and range use and my previous calibres were 22-250, .243