What is the difference between a sako 75 and 85?
You can just as easily load the magazine from the ejection port as with the magazine removed. The detachable magazine of the 75 is no different from the 85, except that the 85 has an improved magazine latch. The differences between the 75 and the 85 are: — 85 has controlled round feed; 75 is push feed.
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Which is better SAKO or Tikka?
Both guns use the same barrels and are made in the same factory. Think you are paying extra on the sako for the finishings like the magazine is made better (steel)instead of plastic on tikka. The trigger is crisper on the sako. The stock on sako is made that bit better!
Are Tikka and SAKO actions the same?
The T3X platform operates on the same long action length, whereas Sako produces long and short action lengths. The Tikka in 308 would have a bolt stop that shortens the stroke. Tikka’s plastic stocks are high end, for a polymer/plastic, but I doubt are as stiff as a carbon stock.
What’s the difference between a Sako 75 and 85?
As far as 75’s vs. 85’s, I don’t think there are huge differences between them. The 75’s had the integral locking lug on the action, whereas the 85’s have the removable lug. The 85 has a lockout feature on the mag which makes it far less likely to inadvertently drop. The 85’s seem to be little lighter across the board.
What kind of ejector does the Sako 75 have?
The 75 and S20 feature a plunger style ejector which is positioned to eject cases to the side of the action. The S20 is notable in design as it now features a removable/interchangeable bolt handle ala the Sako Quad.
Is the Sako 85 a true CRF action?
Furthermore, unlike a true CRF action, the bolt of the 85 still pushes the round forward and out of the magazine before the extractor clips onto the extraction groove of the case. Whilst this is not necessarily bad (the pre-64 Model 70 uses the same concept), it does not provide full control over the case throughout the bolt’s range of motion.
Which is the most accurate Sako Light Rifle?
The Finnlight in 7-08 was the single most accurate rifle I have ever owned. However, on a pig hunt, after firing a shot, I worked the bolt to chamber another round and the magazine fell out. I took a Sako 75 in .300 Win to Zim in 2007 as my light rifle.