Sako is manufacturing a limited edition of numbered Sako TRG 22 Finland 100 sniper rifles with white camouflage, designed in the spirit of Finnish persistence to celebrate Finland’s 100 years of independence. This jubilee model will become a collector’s item.
SAKO, which started in 1921 as a gunsmith’s shop for the White Guard's joint chiefs of staff and has evolved into a globally renowned manufacturer of rifles and ammunition, has been an important element of the history of independent Finland. SAKO wants to pay homage to its traditions and above all to its 100-year old homeland by manufacturing a numbered series of one hundred Sako TRG 22 Finland 100 sniper rifles.
The Finland 100 jubilee model is offered in .308 Win caliber. The 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.
Sako is retaining part of the series for its own use, for example to be sold in charity auctions. However, part of the series of 100 guns will also be available for sale. Those interested in the Sako TRG 22 “Finland 100” collector's item should enquire from the importers of Sako products in their respective countries.