CLASSIC NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE
Rifles that are no longer in production.
Rifles that last from father to son
The Sako you buy today will naturally get some bruises and scratches on the hunt. If you take good care of it, there is no reason why it shouldn't perform as well after twenty or fifty years. Because Sako rifles are made by Sako gunsmiths out of the best materials, they tend to last from father to son. That's why we provide information about the products that are no longer in production. From manuals, you can find interesting stuff before the digital age.
Sako old models
Sako 85 rifles are built with demanding design criteria, based on tradition and innovation, allowing you to choose between different models for the given hunting or training purpose.
In the history of rifle design, the Sako 75 is the success story of the century. The Sako 75 is the product of an enormous research and design project which started with a clean slate, based only on Sako's tradition of uncompromising commitment to quality.
Small caliber rifles with unerring accuracy. The legendary Finnfire rifles feature high-end walnut stocks, free-floating steel barrels and specific features for hunting, varminting and sport shooting.
Reliable and lightweight hunting companion for all terrains and conditions. Synthetic stocks are easy to maintain and provide a good grip even in the worst weather, with or without gloves.
Solid TRG performance in a lighter package for a dedicated hunter looking to close the distance with a marksman-level precision rifle.
The Sako Quad is no ordinary rimfire: It is a small bore hunting and training firearm that functions as its own system, complete with several options to choose between.