The Tikka T3 rifle has long been a sleeper favorite among the bolt-action crowd, especially hunters. But, there’s always been a “but” when it comes to fielding a serious tactical Tikka T3. “We love the T3, but the CTR stock is kinda meh and aftermarket support sucks.”
All that said-- the Tikkas are a helluva gun. I think my decision would be driven by my aftermarket stock options. I know there are differences between the CTR bottom metal and normal Tikka bottom metal. You'll need to decide what BM and mags you will run and in what stock before you pick either model.
Based on Sako's famous Tikka T3x bolt action construction, but made to meet increasingly challenging requirements of long-range shooting and hunting, the T3x TACT A1 provides straight-forward performance and ruggedness with just the right amount of adjustability and absolute precision.
Tikka T3x CTR or Varmint. Thread starter jwhunter. Start date May 27, 2019. All that said-- the Tikkas are a helluva gun. I think my decision would be driven by my aftermarket stock options. I know there are differences between the CTR bottom metal and normal Tikka bottom metal.
McMillan SAKO Hunter, Tikka T3, Howa® 1500 Fiberglass Stock The Sako Hunter is a copy of the factory original hunter design stock. It has a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, as well as a palm swell.It also has a small amount of cast off and cant, which makes for easier target acquisition.
The Tikka T3x product family combines long-standing gunsmith expertise with the real experiences of Tikka hunters and sport shooters from all over the world. The modular synthetic stock has interchangeable pistol grips (sold separately), making it possible to modify the angle of the grip for multiple shooting positions, and an additional ...
Hello all, I'm looking to replace my Tikka T3X 6.5 Creedmoor CTR stock for either a chassis or beaded stock. The rifle will be used for matches and hunting. I thought of using a Bravo chassis. Any suggestion would be great. My budget is $850 or less. Thanks Brian
Aug 09, 2016 · If you want to get the B&C Tikka aftermarket stock, assuming you're a RH shooter, you can get that for your Tikka for well under $300. At a medium price point, chassis systems will cost more, but would be better for shooting precision and comps if you mostly plan to use the rifle that way rather than as a light field/hunting rifle.