This is just a heads up to anyone who like me likes to carry their rifle bolt in a holster when not in use, I have been doing this for a while now but have found it's a potentially serious problem on sako 85s that bolt can come apart like nobody's business and you could easily lose the shroud spring plunger of even firing pin all it takes is a small knock and it flies apart, however I have found a solution when I remove the bolt from the rifle I rotate the shroud counterclockwise to fire/uncock it before placing in the holster this then makes it near impossible to fly apart when knocked to cock it simply rotate clockwise slightly being careful not to go to far until the pin rests in the small dent of the cocked position just think it's worth a mention and might save someone a lot of bother.....