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    Sauer 202 Yukon

    As I just got a job in a hunting store, I fancy treating myself with a top notch rifle. Im looking very closely at a Sauer 202 Yukon. Love the camouflage pattern. Do anybody got one? Is it heavy or light?

    I fancy 2 barrels for it. 270win for hunting and 223 for training and a little bit of hunting. I then need to change some parts of the rifle when switching calibre, but can this be problematic or is it just easy to go.?

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    Shop assistants must be on a better wedge in Denmark than the UK?

    Mighty nice rifle. Be sure to post pics so that we can all drool and be jealous.

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    The 202 is a truly excellent rifle, but camo!!!!!!

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    Changing barrels etc. on the Sauer is very easy, and as long as you tighten the bolts correctly there is no problem with return to zero. I have .308 and .243 barrels and two scopes on EAW swing mounts with total return to zero.

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    Dont Think i make more money than english shop assistents. But since i work in a hunting store i Can buy directly from the manufactores, meaning 40% off normal price. Thats why im looking at a expensive rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renico View Post
    Dont Think i make more money than english shop assistents. But since i work in a hunting store i Can buy directly from the manufactores, meaning 40% off normal price. Thats why im looking at a expensive rifle.
    If you are sure of the calibres then I would buy once, cry once and enjoy it for years to come. But for that reason I wouldn't necessarily go for the cammo but wood or black plastic. I have a 202 classic xt and am happy with it but if I could buy again I would buy the synchro stock because I use a 50mm scope and the eye relief on the sauer is too low for me. The synchro came out just after I ordered.

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    You will need to change magazines as well as barrel for many swaps, such as .243 to .270.
    If you change .270 to .223, you need a bolt swap, too.

    I own a Sauer 200 Lux, and would have it no other way. A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
    Get the caliber you want in the Sauer.

    For the price of a barrel, you can buy an inexpensive rifle and scope for bad weather, and use the wood stocked Sauer on nice days, and there will be enough of those.

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