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Tikka T1x .17 HMR 20" 1:9" Rifle JRT1X309

SKU: JRT1X309-Tikka

Tikka T1x .17 HMR 20" 1:9" Rifle JRT1X309

SKU JRT1X309-Tikka

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Description

Tikka is introducing a new Rimfire rifle, the Tikka T1x. It features a medium-contour 20? barrel with 1/2x28 threaded muzzle, 10-round detachable magazine, and a smooth bolt throw. The rifle boasts the feel and balance of Tikka’s centerfire line, so this can serve as a nice small-bore option for fans of Tikka hunting rifles.


Specifications

Caliber:.17 HMR
Weight:5.3 lbs.
Action:Bolt
Trigger:Adjustable 2-4 lbs.
Rifle Barrel Length:20"
Rifle Barrel Twist:1:9"
Barrel Thread Pitch1/2x28
Rifle Stock:Synthetic
Magazines Included:(1) 10 round
Iron Sights No
Caliber or Gauge:.17 HMR
HandednessRight Hand
Item ConditionNew
Product TypeRifles
UPC082442898360
MPNJRT1X309



Reviews

Reviews for Tikka T1x .17 HMR 20" 1:9" Rifle JRT1X309

Average Rating


by on March 15, 2019

I bought one of the first T1x in 22 LR when they first became available. I liked it so well I decided I also had to have one in 17 HMR. I discovered none were available anywhere in the country. I got on Eurooptics wait list. After several weeks I got e-mail from them that my model was available. I ordered online immediately and they got my rifle shipped out same day. The rifle was at my transfer FFL in 3 days; excellent service. I cleaned the rifle good, adjusted trigger to 2 inch lbs pull weight, mounted scope and headed to range with a half dozen different types of ammo to test. In summary the rifle performed flawlessly and accuracy was very good with all ammo. I shot best group from mine with CCI 20 grain Gamepoint. I absolutely love this rifle. I have found it to be superior in performance to 3 very high end rim fires I own that cost 3 times as much. Wont state make in this review. Improvements I would like to see: a wood stock pillar bedded version with a 4 to 5 shot magazine that fits flush with bottom of stock. I would buy such a configuration in a heartbeat if available. The only negative thought i have about this rifle is the funky look of the magazine protruding below the stock. I’m obviously a traditionalist and I personally like a rifle with very classic lines. Don’t think I’m alone here. i have seen several serious shooters look at this rifle and cull because of this magazine protrusion. I’m just glad I had chance to shoot before I made same mistake. It has become my favorite rim fire rifle.

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by on December 13, 2019

Amazing rifle! Tikka trigger and quality. Took it out and found whatever they use for protectant is really hard to get off and it didn't start grouping well untill it got a few heat cycles through it. (around 100 rounds and lots of Kroil) After that look out! 10 shot sight in group @50 yds is one ragged hole just using a tack driver bag off the hood of my jeep w 15.5 gr Hornady ntx. I also purchased Talley CZ 11mm low rings from Euro Optic and was able to fit a Burris 4.5-14x42 E1 side focus w enough room under scope to fit a dollar bill but not a business card ;) and the eye relief-cheek weld is spot on. I also found a perfect use for my old T3 recoil pad. I bought a t3x pad but the t3 pad is firmer, a little shorter w a nice curve that fits the rifle perfect. My 2nd Tikka from Euro optic and their customer service is awesome!

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by on March 25, 2019

Firstly, I've been target shooting and hunting with Tikka M55 since 1976, they are a beautiful calibre rifle, so well made and so easy to shoot and so accurate but, with these modern rifles, I find that those synthetic stocks for such a low calibre rifle are ridiculous as their balance are taken away from them, don’t get me wrong, I’m not against synthetic stocks but for this rifle it’s an overkill. I've been target shooting and hunting with my 1977 Tikka M55 with a wooden free floating stock, with light crisp custom trigger, bridge mount with 1" rings for years and these rifles in the .17 calibre are excellent and would be just as good as this Tikka T1x with great groupings. I also found that the 20 grains do shoot the best groupings and are very efficient for hunting. Btw, I bought the M55 in those days for AUS $150 (US $105 or EUR 94.00) and at $468.00 they are still the bargain that they were in 1976, great rifles.

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by on November 16, 2018

Got on e-mail notification list when I saw them listed here. Ordered as soon as they let me know they were in stock. Rifle shipped next day. Still on 10 day CA waiting period to try it out. Thanks for the prompt service, guys.

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