Discussion in 'Hunting and Fishing' started by Patrick Rollins, May 4, 2018.
Nice looking rifle Andy, what's the details?
You only like it because it’s black....
On a side note it is a nice looking rifle
Ya I do like the color, but also looks compact.
It is a Sako in .308, in fairness the only Sako parts are the acton and bottom metal. I bought it as a shot out and beat to death .22/250 farm rifle (it was made @1982 or so as I have the it's 22/250 twin I bought new in 1983 and the serial numbers are about 300 apart) the barrel is an old production Tobler (Aussie brand, there were Tobler father and Tobler son barrels, this is one by the father, they are known to be a better tube) done at 21 inches, the stock is a McMillian, Leupold scope and mounts. It is a dream to carry around and as it's not in the super lightweight category so it is also a dream to shoot.
Behold the Franken-gun!
If y’all want to go still a friend of mine hunts them with dogs here in Bibb Co. Alabama. I can probably make it happen if y’all want to go.
Will see @Patrick Rollins in a few hours and take to him shortly. Thank you!!