The Sako TRG 42 is a firearm for serious long-range competitions and can be equipped with a vast array of accessories to meet the most demanding requirements. The TRG 42 in 300 Win Mag and 338 Lapua Mag is a true long range precision tool for special forces or competitions. Configurations include a black and green stock with blued barrel and action or an all-black stealth configuration featuring a black stock and bolt with phosphatized barrel and action. The stock is fully adjustable and reinforced with high-tech aluminium.
The solid vault-like action is cold hammer-forged from special steel alloy. Integral 17mm axial scope mounting rails have integral recoil stop-slots on the top of the receiver. The sturdy bolt with 3 locking lugs feeds rounds flawlessly from the centreline of a detachable staggered 2-row magazine. It has a reliable feed for various ammunition types. The bolt lift is at a 60° angle for fast bolt throw.
Improved recoil pad greatly reduces the feel of recoil, allowing for better control and recovery.
The trigger mechanism acts as an extra measure in case the rifle is dropped. It also features a new safety lever, which is ergonomically positioned and designed to make it faster and more convenient to use. The bolt handle attachment has been improved to withstand even the roughest handling.
The double plungers make frequent cartridge ejection even more seamless.
Action frame is cold hammer-forged from special alloyed steel which is stiff and sturdy for extra rigidity. The receiver is stabilized with 3 fastening screws. Receivers are drilled and tapped for an accessory Picatinny rail. Integral 17mm axial scope mounting rails with recoil stop-slots.
3-locking lug bolt, with 60 degree opening angle for fast bolt throw. Reliable extractor, active ejector. The bolt is black in all Sako TRG configurations.
The reliable Sako TRG magazines are detachable, centre-feeding 2-row staggered and feature buttons on both sides providing better grip, fast, easy detaching. Magazine capacities are 10 rounds for the 308 Win, 7 rounds for the 300 Win Mag, and 5 rounds for the 338 Lapua Mag.