hoping for a bit of advice please. I've got a variation to buy a .25-06 to use for foxing and stalking but am not sure about which rifle make to go for.
The sako appeals as it is a damned good looking rifle and feels like a quality product, unfortunately they only do .25-06 with 22" barrels. The tikka (varmint & super varmint) come with 24" barrels but does not 'feel' as good as the sako though the 500 quid saving makes up for this!!
i was wondering if anyone had experience of either of these rifles in this caliber and could share their experience please?
Will the 2 inches make a huge difference? The mrs thinks so but that's a different story.....
is there a huge difference in accuracy between sako and tikka in this calibre?
to give you an idea of the type of rifle I'm used to I am selling a Remington .243 that has been re barrelled by Callum Fergusson and has a McMillan stock and jewell trigger so I like em accurate and well made!
thanks for any help and advice.