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Sako Stories: Revamping a Vixen

By Martin Auldist
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The first centrefire rifle I ever bought was a Sako Vixen in .222 Rem. I was 18 years old and it cost me $600, brand new from a gunshop in Melbourne. That was early in 1985.

 

I walked out of the shop with my younger brother David and drove straight to my Dad’s farm in southern New South Wales, four hour’s drive to the north.

 

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