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Thread: Mcmillan A5 stock for Sako 75 IV

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    Mcmillan A5 stock for Sako 75 IV

    S/H Mcmillan A5 stock in excellent condition. It is factory inletted for the sako 75 IV action (.270, 30-06 etc) and has not been bedded. Moulded colour black, grey, olive.

    Two small marks on on the saddle cheek piece one on the tip of the barrel channel, both pictured.

    Purchased from Jacksons see no. M8916-08 for specs on: http://www.jacksonrifles.com/inventory.htm currently 731 new.


    For sale at 425 + 25 for Royal mail special delivery & insurance. (located East Sussex)
    Last edited by oneeyeopen; 22-05-2011 at 18:14.

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    Whats chance of sako 1 in 223 fitting in it.

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    I think that the IV inlet is probably to long for a .223 sized action and you would have to do a lot of filling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bri2506 View Post
    Whats chance of sako 1 in 223 fitting in it.
    No chance.
    Brian.

    Just because you are paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you......

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    A5 Stock still available?

    Quote Originally Posted by oneeyeopen View Post
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    Hi, Just wondering whether you still have the MacMillan A5 stock? If so, I'd be interested!

    Regards,

    John.
    (Sako 75 6.5x55)

    e-mail: john.wheeler.au "at" gmail.com

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    How much work would it take to fit it to a Sako 85 in .270?
    Owning a gun or knife and not using it, is akin to not sleeping with your girlfriend to keep her neat and tidy for the next bloke.

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    Digger, I haven't seen the 85 action so i am not sure whether it would be worthwhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneeyeopen View Post
    Digger, I haven't seen the 85 action so i am not sure whether it would be worthwhile.
    Its quite a bit of work mate,

    the hole pitch is slightly different on the action screws, the bottom metal is a different shape, you need to fabricate a new recoil lug, its doable but a pain in the butt TBH

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    Quote Originally Posted by danpd View Post
    Its quite a bit of work mate,

    the hole pitch is slightly different on the action screws, the bottom metal is a different shape, you need to fabricate a new recoil lug, its doable but a pain in the butt TBH
    Thanks mate, might not be a worth while venture for me then.
    Owning a gun or knife and not using it, is akin to not sleeping with your girlfriend to keep her neat and tidy for the next bloke.

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