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Used SAKO 75 SS vs New Rem 700 SL

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by DeerHuntr, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. DeerHuntr

    DeerHuntr New Member

    Hey guys, kicking around the idea of getting a 300 Mag, at first I entertained the idea of getting a .300RUM but when i started looking first there wasn't much to choose from as far as rifles and brass is $45 for 50rds for the bohemoth. So out with the Rum and in with the good old 300 Winnie Mag. I found two rifles that really interested me, one is a used SAKO 75 Stainless synthetic in very good condition and wow is it a smooth action!!! The have it listed at $799 with no scope or rings on the gun. My second choice is a limited editon run of a Remington 700 with a laminate thumbhole stock and stainless fluted barrel, detachable magazine, overall a VERY nice gun they have listed @ $869. Just wondering what your thoughts are, new is nice but the Sako is quite a gun in very close to new conditon, HELP!!!
  2. Moose458

    Moose458 New Member

    You wont go wrong with either rifle. Just whichever feels best to you. Personally I have a Sako .300 win mag, and love it. Not as much recoil as I had expected, very smooth action, and extremely accurate. Mated with 180 gr Barnes X bullets, its an unbeatable combination. By far my favorite hunting rifle. That being said, I also have a Rem 700 in .280 Rem that is a very fine rifle too, so it gets back to which ever you like.
  3. Jst1mr

    Jst1mr New Member

    I have both a Rem 700 in 300 Win Mag and a Sako 75 SS in 30-06.Although the Rem does everything you could ask of a hunting rifle, the Sako goes one step beyond in smoothness and accuracy... I never claimed to be an accomplished rifleman (OK, perhaps....fine for hunting, but not gonna win any long-range bullseye matches), but the Sako shoots amazing groups - I love it!
  4. KI.W.

    KI.W. New Member

    Sako 75 are latest "Sako". They are very good rifles. Next ones Sako 85 are no more "Sako". This ones are not so god Beretta. :cuss: Never, ever I will have 85-stubid rifle. :cool:

    DRYHUMOR New Member

    I'd get the Sako, then use the money difference on ammo. :D
  6. GJgo

    GJgo New Member

    +1 on what Jst1mr said. I have both as well.
  7. 45crittergitter

    45crittergitter New Member

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