Sako Parts 1

  • Condition:
  • Make:Sako
  • Model:L series, A series, 75 series, Finnwolf

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Seller Type: Private User
Licence # 409352802
Location: BOWRAL, NSW, 2576
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Transferring Dealer: RDT products , NSW, 2577
Licence # 403 689 623
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1. Very early Sako aperture sight. Has a larger diameter iris ring at the rear, and a different side profile curve, where it changes from the vertical to the horizontal, compared to No 2 below. One for the collectors! VGC. SOLD

2. Early Sako aperture sight, has a stepped transition side profile from the vertical to the horizontal. As new cond. $120 + post

3. Later Sako aperture sight, as new condition. $120 + post

4. For spare parts?? Very early Sako aperture sight but with the later iris sing size. Has the same side curve as No 1 above. Has been messed with. SOLD.

5. Sako sight hood, New Old Stock (NOS) – suits earlier L series. New & unfitted. SOLD

6. Sako sight hood, NOS - suits later A series and 75 series. New and unfitted. SOLD

7. Sako sight hood - suits later A series and 75 series, used with slight wear evident. SOLD

8. Sako front sight blade, came off an AI .223 sporter, but will fit most Sako’s. $10 + post

9. Sako(?) front ramp, blade and 2 screws. I can’t remember what this came off. The centre-to-centre distance of the mounting screws is approx. 51mm. $80 + post.

10. Sako L61R butt pad, NOS, slightly oversize, it is meant to be ground to suit the butt profile once fitted. SOLD

11. Sako 85 series rear shroud, stainless steel SOLD

12. Sako bridge mount, suit L46, L461, XS 85’s etc. Looks to be made of stainless steel, only one I’ve ever seen. Came on an old L46 rifle so I’m guessing it dates from the 60’s. A beautiful piece of workmanship. Takes standard rings. Has the ability to give windage adjustment via the front clamps as well as via the rear screws. One for the collectors! SOLD

13. Sako L461 claw extractor. SOLD.

14. Sako L579 claw extractor SOLD

Make an offer if you think they're too expensive! Plus postage.

Date Listed: 23/01/2022


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