Tikka's new T3x

Tikka T3x Centrefire Rifles


Tikka's new T3x
Tikka’s new T3x

Earlier this year Beretta Australia announced the official Australian launch of the biggest product overhaul for Tikka firearms in over a decade. Finnish Manufacturer Sako, produce Tikka firearms and have updated the popular Tikka T3 to the new T3x. The redesigned Tikka T3x product family is based on a combination of their long standing gunsmithing expertise and the real experiences of Tikka hunters all around the world. Sako took on board all these changes and additions. The end result is the Tikka T3x with loads of new and improved features. These features cover some 19 variant builds in the new Tikka T3x family.

Some of the new features include a modular stock, improved grip, new recoil pad, stock noise reduction via a foam insert for synthetic models other than those with adjustable cheek piece, improved rail attachment and a metallic bolt shroud. In addition to these new features, the Tikka T3x still contains the same familiar features and functionalities that have made their rifles world-famous. I’m also told that every Tikka T3x offers pin-point accuracy and performance, as every Tikka rifle has to group three shots under one inch at a distance of 100 meters prior to it being sold any where in the world. That’s why Tikka have such a great reputation for accuracy.

With the recent launch of Tikka’s ammunition as mentioned recently in this column (February issue) and the new Tikka T3x, shooters can expect a combo that goes above all expectations. To find out more visit www.berettaaustralia.com.au or ask at your local gun shop. Trade enquiries to Australian agents Beretta Australia.




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Tony Pizzata

Tony's hunting career spans more than 50 years, from small game here in Australia through to big-game hunts around the globe. His first article was published in Sporting Shooter magazine almost 40 years, and he has worked full-time here as National Sales Manager and Field Editor for over 35 years. Tony's contribution to Sporting Shooter's solid foundations spans its printed history as well as its move to a digital future.