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Sako TRG 42 .338 Lapua Black Rifle JRSW344 - New 2013 M


Fixed Stock - 0 MOA Picatinny Rail - Phosphate Metal Finish

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The Sako TRG 42 .338 Lapua rifle was designed to hit the target, no matter what it takes. With accuracy, reliability, and versatility, the TRG 42 is ideal for special forces or competition. Features include a solid vault-like action cold hammer-forged from special steel alloy, an integral 17mm axial scope mounting rails with integral recoil stop-slots, three locking lugs to feed round, and a detachable staggered 2-row magazine.


  • Caliber:.338 Lapua Magnum
  • Weight:5.3 kg (11 3/4 lbs)
  • Rifle Overall Length:1200 mm (47 1/4?ǥ)
  • Action:Cold hammer forged special alloyed steel stabilized with three fastening screws.
  • Trigger:Two stage adjustable in length and horizontal or vertical pitch
  • Safety:Safety lever inside the trigger guard locks both the trigger mechanism and bolt handle, as well as blocks the firing pin.
  • Rifle Barrel Length:690 mm (27 1/8?ǥ)
  • Rifle Barrel Twist:1:10
  • Rifle Stock:Aluminium re-inforced composite - Fixed butt - Black
  • Scope Mount:0 MOA Picatinny Rail
  • Iron Sights No
  • Caliber or Gauge:.338 Lapua Mag
  • HandednessRight Hand
  • Item ConditionNew
  • Product TypeRifles
  • UPC82442305110
  • MPNJRSW344

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
August 5, 2016

Equipped mine with a NF 8-32x56 Mildot hoping to attempt a one mile shot. Haven't gotten there yet realizing the 300gr smk bullet won't maintain adequate stability since the center of gravity and center of pressure are too far apart at my altitude. Going from supersonic, to hypersonic, to subsonic, the bullet loses stability thus diminishing accuracy. Loaded up 250gr smk which should do the trick, and then realized my 20moa scope rail and scope couldn't dial enough elevation for one mile. Ordered a 40moa rail which still doesn't get me there requiring 25 yards of holdover, but close enough, and now waiting for crops to come off the fields this fall. It is one of the finest rifles I've ever owned, and shoots superbly. For those of you interested, you really can't assess accuracy testing loads under 300 yards. Ranges less doesn't give the bullet enough time to stabilize, or go to sleep. I've gotten 3" groups at 860 yards and look forward to this fall for that sought after, "one mile shot". There is a big muzzle blast, but minimal kick, leaving no marks on my shoulder. I highly recommend this to any and all who dabble in this great hobby. My 120 pound niece outshot all my buddies with this at the farm last year, at 860 yards. So, girls can shoot too!

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January 14, 2017

I bought mine 2nd hand, and put a Leupold 4.5-14 30mm VX-3 on it (not enough scope, but money is a thing so there it is). You can not do better than this rifle in a factory built rifle, and you probably can't do better than this in a custom rifle, but you can spend more. The receiver is amazing, probably the smoothest action of any rifle I have ever owned. Accuracy was more than acceptable .5 at 100 for a 5 shot group. I bought a Fat Bastard Recoil brake and it worked very well. The Sako Brake is good, but there are two of them and one is not good at all. Look up reviews of muzzle brakes online to get a better idea. Anyone can shoot this with a brake. The nice thing about this versus a custom built rifle is that you can be out the door for less, and still have amazing quality. A custom rifle built on a Surgeon, Stiller, Bat or any other action will still be over $4000, and most of them will be closer to $6000.

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