Tikka T3 Varmint/Tactical review will be up in a few months... but currently I do not have much to offer you. All tikka T3 rifles are shipped only after they shoot at least a 1 MOA group, which is outstanding for a mass produced, relatively affordable rifle.
Ah another thing I forgot to ask, why are Sakos so much more expensive than Tikkas. The only difference is the action. They use the same barrels as Tikkas and stocks. And the price difference is 800 bucks! And I have found new Sako actions for 350 bucks at ffl price, which doesnt make sense to me.
errrr... perhaps the one I was looking at was also a 691... I'm at the office and do not have the catalog I was looking at handy, so I could be mistaken. (What was that about your memory going first??)
Sako S491/M591/L691/L691 Magnum are all the same family, and the generation before the Sako 75's.
The S491 is a short action for calibers such as .17 Rem, 5.56x45 etc, M591 is a medium action for calibers such as 7.62x51/.308 Win, .270 etc. L691 is a long action for 6.5x55, .30-06 etc. L691 is a long action for Magnum cartridges.
Mele, just wandering where you saw the Sako action for sale. Saw the ones im looking at in Jerrys Sports. They were only long actions though. Im looking for the 591 as I would like to build a 308 off of a Sako action.