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    quickie

    ok gents whats the difference if any between sako75 action 4 and a sako 75,please if any, and given the choice which one in 6x5x55 t3 hunter or sako75 action 4,both wood blued 250 quid in difference,cheers doug,
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    Sako 75 comes in several different action lengths - the IV is for the long action cartridges (.3006, .270, 6.5x55 etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mungo View Post
    Sako 75 comes in several different action lengths - the IV is for the long action cartridges (.3006, .270, 6.5x55 etc).
    its a 6x5x55 action 4 75 would that be a better buy than a t3 even tho theres 250 in it,? given that they are both wood blued sporter barrels, cheers and thanks mungo,
    Last edited by AN DU RU FOX; 30-12-2014 at 18:16.
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    I've recently changed from t3s to 75s in. 222 and 243.

    The 75s are studier rifles with better fit and finish. I personally think they have a much nicer stock, I really like that you can top load the mag, and I like the greater capacity in the mag.

    I would also say my two 75s are a touch more accurate than my t3s were - but I'm not certain about this (my shooting has improved as well, over the same time period).

    Overall, I really like the 75s. However - in terms of practical outcomes, there is absolutely no difference at all. You will never fail to shoot a deer because you gave a t3. The differences are marginal and mainly aesthetic.

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    I own both and prefer the 75 , it just feels like a higher quality product where as the T3 is built to a price,still a great accurate rifle but it's no 75 or Tikka 595 for that matter.

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    thanks mungo and unicorn ,i think youve both ticked what i was allready thinking,i have a t3 in wood and like the feel,but i think for the price it will be the 75 if its not gone ,if it has no worrys i will keep looking and saving cheers to you both,atb doug,
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