Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” Limited Edition Sniper Rifle

Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” Limited Edition Sniper Rifle

Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” Limited Edition Sniper Rifle

Collector alert!

Finnish Sako, now part of the Beretta Group, is making a limited and numbered edition of the Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” sniper rifle.

You can have any color and caliber you like, as long as you accept “white camouflage” and “.308 Win.”

Some of these rifles will be available on the open market, but Sako is retaining part of the series for charity auctions and similar events.

The TRG 22 “Finland 100” jubilee model is offered in .308 Win caliber. The white snow camouflage coloring of the stock and barrelled action of this real collector’s item reflects the severity of the Finnish winter, and, also pays homage to the heroes of the Winter War.

The Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” sniper rifle has the text “Finland 100”, and the gun’s serial number is laser-engraved on its frame. The rifle is packaged in a carry case with a jubilee knife with the same engravings as the rifle itself. The jubilee model also comes with two magazines, bipod, muzzle brake and removable open sights.

A picatinny rail for attaching a riflescope is optionally installed on the system housing. The TRG 22 “Finland 100” has an open sight with a ring front sight. A conspicuous muzzle brake is installed to reduce recoil.

Below: The jubilee knife.




As the owner of an AR-15 in white duracoated urban digital flange I can tell you that it looks rather nice, but if you – like me – dislike cleaning then look for another color.

However, I suspect that most of these collector’s rifles won’t see either dirt nor much use.


You can find more information on SAKO’s homepage.

Variant TRG-22 Winter camo
Total length (mm) 1000
Barrel length (mm) 510
Weight (kg) 4,7
Open sights
Picatinny-rail or Weaver base +
Double stage trigger
Detachable magazine
Magazine capacity 10
Other features
Black bolt
Muzzle brake +
Muzzle thread
Phosphatized steel parts +
Variant TRG-22 Winter camo
Caliber / rate of twist / number of grooves
308 Win / 11” / 4


via The Firearm Blog

July 3, 2017 at 10:09AM


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