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[Cabelas] Cabelas: Sako A7 Soft-Touch Stainless Bolt-Action Rifle w/ Burris Scope $1,349.97 ($320.02 off)

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[Cabelas] Cabelas: Sako A7 Soft-Touch Stainless Bolt-Action Rifle w/ Burris Scope $1,349.97 ($320.02 off)

https://www.cabelas.ca/product/62684/sa ... rris-scope


Product Description

• Cabela’s exclusive package
• Silver finish 3-9x40mm Burris E1 scope, rings and bases
• Legendary Sako accuracy and features
• Weather-resistant stainless-steel barrel

This enhanced, Cabela’s exclusive package includes a silver finish 3-9x40mm Burris E1 scope(unmounted) with premium steel Burris Zee rings and bases. With better out-of-the-box accuracy and reliability, the Sako A7 boasts match-grade performance with a price never before seen on a match-grade hunting rifle. Each Sako A7 is factory-tested to shoot a three-shot, 1-inch group at 100 yards before it can leave the factory. It features a free-floating, match-grade hammer-forged barrel, a forged steel receiver. The ergonomic black synthetic stock feels solid in your hands and the 70° bolt throw adds convenient shooting features that serious hunters demand from their rifles.
Caliber Barrel Length Overall Length Rate of Twist Magazine Capacity Weight
.22-250 Rem 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 14" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
.243 Win. 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 10" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
.25-06 Rem. 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 10" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
.270 Win. 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 10" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
7mm-08 Rem 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 9.5" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
.308 Win. 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 11" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
.30-06 Sprg. 22-7/16" 42-5/16" 1 in 11" 3+1 6-3/8 lb.
7mm Rem Mag 24-3/8" 44-5/8" 1 in 9.5" 3+1 6-5/8 lb.
.300 Win Mag 24-3/8" 44-5/8" 1 in 11" 3+1 6-5/8 lb.
.270 WSM 24-3/8" 44-5/8" 1 in 10" 3+1 6-5/8 lb.
.300 WSM 24-3/8" 44-5/8" 1 in 11" 3+1 6-5/8 lb.

PAL Required – Requires a valid PAL to purchase.
Oversize item – an additional shipping charge may apply to this item.
Export-Restricted – Cannot ship outside of Canada.
It only shows .243 Win and .300 Win Mag for the sale price. I can't get the 7mm Rem Mag to load so not sure if it is on sale as well. Not bad 1" @ 100yards factory out the box. Just add ammo, your PPE, and enjoy safely.



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man...got my pal last year and starting to finally get around to looking at a first gun purchase. I feel like I'm reading stats lol.

Some great deals going on
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Rifle wrote: man...got my pal last year and starting to finally get around to looking at a first gun purchase. I feel like I'm reading stats lol.

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Name checks out. :)
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Rifle wrote: man...got my pal last year and starting to finally get around to looking at a first gun purchase. I feel like I'm reading stats lol.

Some great deals going on
Your first gun purchase is going to be a .22LR unless you're rich. You'll quickly find that ammo cost is going to be THE prime driver in what caliber and what rifles you buy.
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danascully wrote: Your first gun purchase is going to be a .22LR unless you're rich. You'll quickly find that ammo cost is going to be THE prime driver in what caliber and what rifles you buy.
Yeah I'm thinking of picking up the .22LR that's on sale at cabelas, the henry lever one. In addition, looking at a 30.06 for the occasional hunting. Was just at my local gun store and he pretty much politely told me to research more to know what I want. Which made 100% sense.
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Rifle wrote: Yeah I'm thinking of picking up the .22LR that's on sale at cabelas, the henry lever one. In addition, looking at a 30.06 for the occasional hunting. Was just at my local gun store and he pretty much politely told me to research more to know what I want. Which made 100% sense.
danascully wrote: Your first gun purchase is going to be a .22LR unless you're rich. You'll quickly find that ammo cost is going to be THE prime driver in what caliber and what rifles you buy.

You can't go wrong with a classic Ruger 10/22 and a few bricks of .22LR
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danascully wrote: Your first gun purchase is going to be a .22LR unless you're rich. You'll quickly find that ammo cost is going to be THE prime driver in what caliber and what rifles you buy.
My first gun was a tavor and I'm not rich. I'm just stupid.
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R35gtr wrote: My first gun was a tavor and I'm not rich. I'm just stupid.
Ammo isn't really a factor if you are buying a tavor, could shoot 10000 rounds for the price of the gun. Can't say that for a 10/22.
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thedealhunter2000 wrote: You can't go wrong with a classic Ruger 10/22 and a few bricks of .22LR
This.

Don't get a lever action as your first. You are going to undeniably want to hammer rounds though it. Go semi auto. Other option might be a Remington 597 so you can get bigger mags but not many 22's compare to a Ruger 10/22. I have two they are that good lol
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LOL my first rifle was a custom built Remington 700 by Alberta Tactical Rifle Supply. I'll say buy what your heart desires because you never know when they'll be taken away like the SCARs and Swiss Arms rifles.
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Rifle wrote: man...got my pal last year and starting to finally get around to looking at a first gun purchase. I feel like I'm reading stats lol.

Some great deals going on
As the Canadian paso starts to tank deeper as the goverment starts to print more money... It's best to buy now before all the prices are updates....like most ammo price already.
bomber17 wrote: LOL my first rifle was a custom built Remington 700 by Alberta Tactical Rifle Supply. I'll say buy what your heart desires because you never know when they'll be taken away like the SCARs and Swiss Arms rifles.
They took away SCAR? We never had it in the first place. (I dont count MK22)
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mybadreligon wrote: Go semi auto.
Depends on what you want to do with it, no?
If only interested in plinking, sure.
If interested in hunting or long range target practice, there's something to be said for muscle memory and touching up skills without worrying about recoil. So in that case I would go with a bolt action 22LR.
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fluidmax wrote: As the Canadian paso starts to tank deeper as the goverment starts to print more money... It's best to buy now before all the prices are updates....like most ammo price already.



They took away SCAR? We never had it in the first place. (I dont count MK22)
Oh my bad. I thought we had them before. Might be mistaking for another rifle.
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If this Coronavirus continues I wonder if they'll offer the CFSC and CRFSC online.
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Rifle wrote: Yeah I'm thinking of picking up the .22LR that's on sale at cabelas, the henry lever one. In addition, looking at a 30.06 for the occasional hunting. Was just at my local gun store and he pretty much politely told me to research more to know what I want. Which made 100% sense.
For 22LR...look into Marlin 60 or Papoose (if you are into take down) good value for what you are getting. (Micro groove also improves accuracy)

Get a 308 for huting since its cheaper to practice with bulk ammo. If you are a semi kind of person...get youself a Stag 10 or M762d or even a MK7 if you want save a little.

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