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I just got one of these rifles and it has a factory rail on it. What dimension is it? Picatinny or Weaver? I cant find any reference to this, bought it used and dont have factory manual etc. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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I think it is Picatinny, Weaver gets no love in the tactical market.


Very nice guns, enjoy.

What optic will be going on it?
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TIKKA T3 TACTICAL

When it comes to accuracy, the Tikka T3 Tactical is in a class of its own. The free-floating barrel is made of match-grade Cr-Mo steel, and manufactured by a precision cold-hammer forging process by Sako craftsmen. The action and the barrel surfaces are Manganese-phosphatized for lasting protection against the elements and wear. The barrel features protected muzzle threading, providing attachment for optional Sako muzzle brake or suppressor assembly.

The modern bolt has two front locking lugs and a spring-loaded reliable operation. The Teflon coating on the bolt ensures a non-reflecting surface and a smooth bolt throw. The 2-way safety behind the bolt handle locks both the bolt and the trigger. The trigger unit is adjustable with a hand-honed sear/trigger - without creep. A single set trigger is optional.

The Picatinny rail on top of the action takes any Weaver or U.S. Mil.Std 1913 compatible mounts. New phospatized Tikka Optilock bases and rings are recommended for maximum accuracy and ease of use.

The detachable straight-feeding single column magazine is silent, durable and non-rusting. The standard 5-round magazines are tailored to each caliber for ultimate reliability and performance.

The stock is made of fiberglass reinforced copolymer polypropylene and features an ambidextrous palm swell. The wide fore-end has a swivel stud to take a bipod. The three sides of the stock are fitted with inserts which allow the use of heavy duty hook-type sling swivels. The recoil pad is of black rubber and the length of pull may be adjusted with spacers. The cheek piece is adjustable at 5 mm intervals, up to 25 mm (1”).

Scope, scope mounts, bipod, muzzle brake and extra large bolt handles are optional, as well as are adjustable open sights and fore- and rear-stock fastened military type heavy duty sling studs for hook-type swivels.

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Right now I have a POS Burris 4.5x14 Fullfield scope for playin around til I can get some quality optics. Im looking real hard at either an Ior Valdada, or a Vortex Viper. Looked at the Night Force but with options I wanted just a lil bit out of price range. Any other suggestions? I welcome all good advice.
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ive been eyeballing the IOR Valdada 4-14x50 IR. Does anyone have any experience with this scope?
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my mate had the tikka tactical before he sold it to get a 6br. he had his swaro in warne rings on that Picatinny and it was spot on.
 
a cracking rifle indeed
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