Tikkas also have the same trigger assembly as Sako... and it's excellant. A friend has a Tikka Whitetail Hunter in .308, (the lucky SOB won it at a Whitetails Unlimited banquet) and it's an excellant rifle, the most accurate out-of-the-box rifle I've ever fired. Fit and finish is top-notch, and it's not too expensive either!! If I were in the market for a bolt action, there's no doubt I'd get a Tikka. And for the south-paws like me, they have left-handed models in all the calibers available to righties, for no extra charge.Originally posted by WalterGA
It's my understanding that Tikkas are made in the same factory as Sako's and have Sako barrels, but different bolts, etc. They're fine rifles and are extremely accurate.