For shooters, they pretty much all shoot the same, that is SWEET compared to other MNs, I had a Valmet (VKT)for years that is the most common and thus cheaper but it shot every bit as well as any others I shot.
SAKO ones are pretty common too, although not as common as the VKTs, and in my opinion no better or4 worse than any, BUT that name seems to bring a premium on resale, kinda like Winchester Garands or Carbines....
"B" Barrels seem to be the ones every shooter prefers, although I have never shot one, there is also the controversy over what the "B" actually stands for, which is kind of neat to collectors.
Any rifle marked with the Civil Guard markings bring a premium as well, as do any "Sneaks" made in the 60s and 70s with no other markings.
And many times the actual Finish Army or Guard unit markings, or others, trump manufacturer when it comes to collectors.
Although SOG is listing some with 1970s markings, I don't see anywhere where they are called "Sneaks" so they MUST be, but I'm not sure.
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