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Thread: Sako 75 synthetic stock, Action III (.308 size), black & grey

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    Sako 75 synthetic stock, Action III (.308 size), black & grey

    I'm selling the synthetic stock from my Sako 75 because I've bought a laminated stock for it. This stock will fit Sako 75 No III actions, that's for .308 length carrtdiges, and is for standard weight factory barrel. My rifle is actually in .243 Win but the stock will fit any Sako 75 Action III with the standard factory barrel. It might accept other barrels, but that's what my rifle has. Here are some photos I took today. The marks shown are superficial. I'm open to offers.

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    Last edited by JMS906; 22-03-2015 at 10:38.

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    You'll be lucky to get £150 for that stock mate! Most people would spend the extra £200 and get a McMillan stock!

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    Well, I'm open to offers.

    -JMS

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    +1
    i have tryed to sell one and got offers for £90 so i re-cut it for fat barrel and bedded back on the 6.5 ,
    Quote Originally Posted by Slickshot View Post
    You'll be lucky to get £150 for that stock mate! Most people would spend the extra £200 and get a McMillan stock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMS906 View Post
    Well, I'm open to offers.

    -JMS
    I bought one last December for £95 posted. It is in 'as new' condition. I had two others offered, the most expensive of which was £100 posted. I hope this helps in establishing a selling price for you.
    A pessimist is an optimist with experience.

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    I bet the only times GMK have ever been asked to supply these new at £480 to the trade is for insurance jobs.

    Even if a retailer passed it on to the customer at the trade price with no mark up, you would have to be barking to pay £480 when the McMillan version is only £540.

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    Not trying to derail your sale, but you have a snowball's chance in hell at £300

    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...ynthetic-Stock

    I was lucky... Expect somewhere between £50 + postage and £125 posted
    Sako 75 6.5x55mm-Z6i 3-18x50. MauserM12 .308-SIII 6-24x50. Beretta 690 III Field 12b.
    "You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life."
    Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965)

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    Sale well and truly de-railed...

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    Hello. Does any one know if this would fit or be made to fit a 85 varmint 243?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs66 View Post
    Hello. Does any one know if this would fit or be made to fit a 85 varmint 243?
    It wont fit.

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