Sako A-II Sporter .243 Win
The A-II is the successor to the L579 action and was produced in the early to mid-1980s. The only significant difference in the two actions is the shrouded bolt of the A-II for better protection against gas blowback in the case of a pierced primer or defective brass. The A-II stock does have a higher comb which makes for better placement of the eye using a scope. This example is in very nice condition with only a few handling dings on the stock and excellent bluing. The bore looks excellent, also. The magazine holds five rounds down, and the barrel is 23.5 inches in length. Everything appears fully original on this rifle and the serial number on the receiver and bolt match. The .243 is one of the most popular chamberings for medium game like deer and pronhorn and doubles as a great coyote and varmint rifle.