Sako 75 action wrench

Discussion in 'Advanced Gunsmithing & Engineering' started by Aussie_bob, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. Aussie_bob

    Aussie_bob

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    I want to change the barrel on my Sako mod75 6PPC so am looking for a through action wrench is there such a thing to be bought or will I have to have one specially machined.
    Being a 3 lug action dosent make it easy.
     
  2. Mntngoat

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    Since the Sako- 75 is a flat bottomed action I use a Mauser type wrench.
    I'd like to have one made that would fit the bolt raceway so I wouldn't have to pull the action from the stock.

    SDH
     
  3. Aussie_bob

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    That is what i am after the wrech used for mausers remintons etc and most 2 lug actions is he same FLAT BAR THAT SLIDES UP THE RACEWAY. My L579 Sako i dont mind useing the flats at the front of the action as it is a machined action from a billet of steel were as the 75 mod stainless is a cast action and i likr to screww the barrel in tight.
     
  4. SongdogHunter

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    I ordered mine from Midway.
     
  5. Aussie_bob

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    Is the Action Wrench you got from Midway for your mod75 Sako a through the action type wrench or one that locks around the front of the action.
     
  6. SongdogHunter

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    Wraps around the front. I'd prefer one that fits the bolt raceway.

    SDH
     

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