Just remeber there are alot of factors that go into a LR gun and those should be based on you and your preferences. Such as bbl length, twist, height of comb, lop, caliber, intended use, handload vs factory, etc. The sako is quality though. The other big factor is the glass i cant stress that enough. I am a 2nd focal plane guy and for me a variable 20+ power is a must. You can get by with 14x-18x but its a harder learning curve. Also reticle type is very important to the shooter. Hold overs arent a problem inside 500 for most calibers but look at ballistics out at a grand and you can see why the glass is very important specifically adjustment. Its not so much rifle or caliber, although there are "better" calibers for lr work a true lr rig is several factors dialed in right not just brand or caliber. LR shooting is very adductive.
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