Tikka rifles provide you with a two-stage safety, blocking both the trigger and bolt handle. The safety is easy to operate and indicates when the rifle is ready for firing.
The action is designed for accuracy, reliability and easy servicing. Tikka rifles provide you with an extremely rigid action with a two-locking lug T3 bolt. The bolt features a spring-loaded plunger ejector and a removable bolt handle, with 70° opening angle leaving plenty of room for handling the bolt. This is one of the smoothest actions on the market.
A single-stage pull with a comfortable trigger feel. The steel trigger has vertical grooves for added grip, even when wearing gloves. It is easily adjustable through the magazine well from 1 to 2 kg (2 to 4 lbs). All models are available with an optional single-set trigger.
The stock is a light but solid T3 TrueBody design of high-grade walnut or fiberglass-reinforced copolymer polypropylene. An optional recoil pad system with spacers provides adjustability in length of pull. Grip patterns are carefully designed for added comfort and a firm grip. Sling swivels as standard.
A cold hammer-forged Sako barrel of highest-grade stainless steel or Cr-Mo alloy. It is free-floating in models with wooden stock. The barrel is fastened to the receiver by a sturdy thread for safety and accuracy. It is hand-crowned, as a good and even muzzle crown is essential for accuracy.
The single-column detachable clip magazine has a strong fiberglass-reinforced composition. The magazine holds 3, 5 or 6 rounds depending on the model and caliber. A flush release is installed at the front of the magazine to prevent accidental releases. The latch is horizontally grooved for improved contact.
Tikka old models
All the Tikka and Tikka T3 rifles are created with the greatest respect for hunters, out of best materials. If you take good care of your Tikka rifle, there is no reason why it shouldn’t perform as well after twenty or fifty years later. They really tend to last from father to son. From this section you can find information about the models that are no longer in production. Explore the old models here