Ken Shackleton: I also have a T3 with a Varmint barrel. You can adjust the trigger by
removing the magazine. You do not need to remove the barrel from the stock.
Bunnyshooter 223: Looks like a long action for a .223.
This is why I like Sako better, and what I like about the CZ 527. They have
a properly sized action for the .223 cartridge.
I'm looking around for a .223 and the Sako is on my list for the right
price. I held one the other day--smooth action for sure. I had a Ruger M77
Hawkeye action... pos imo it would almost lock up on me.
Alex Zhao: Is the trigger plastic?
Danny Herbert: stainless steel doesn't rust
tarakai2: Of course stainless rusts, doesn't matter if it's 316, 304, duplex or
whatever, given the right conditions (atmospheric and chemical) it can
still rust, cleaning after a shoot is important.
TexasFire: Are the t3 super varmint and Tac free floated and bedded as well?
TheCrackaShack: ooh I never knew that thanks for the info :)
Marcel Klein: I had the Tikka T3 Lite 6,5X55 SE. Tikka are Great Rifles.
seth8282: What brand of picatinny rail are you using?
James Davidson: Sweet review, my brother is looking at that same gun and we are joining up
at belmont this week. Where did you buy your gun from?
cartersks: Depends on how heavy you of ammo you want to use
kiwiwoolf: Queensland Gun Exchange at the Gabba
kuu- ukkko: tikka t3= made in Finland
Thor Hamm: nice rifle.
Tristan Desira: I've never seen them QD mounts return to zero.
TexasFire: Sweet, I assumed they all were, just couldn't find any literature behind
it. Thanks guys
Nix6p: Haha, sorry for the ambiguity. I was referring to TheCrackaShack when I
mentioned the price differences with Canada. I know that you live in
Australia, I read it on your channel page.
Sputnik: Hey bud could you tell me what the stocks are like on these things? are
they very plasticy or do they have a rubber feel like the howa stocks?
monkey50cal: you got a heavy twist on that rifle got tikka t3 223 use it to hunt
everything down here in nz
kiwiwoolf: EGW from hinterland shooting supplies Australia
boff45: You can handload the .308 just watched a video of a guy handloading one
after the other no problems, pumped about 10 through first go.
kiwiwoolf: They are very plastic.... if you don't like plastic i suggest you get it in
timber. Wild dog stocks do a really nice custom stock for the tikka if you
want to keep the weight down but don't want the original stock.
TheCrackaShack: How many pounds is the t3?
TheCrackaShack: 1.100$ dollars is not an alright price, 700$ dollars is but not 1.100$
Sergio Acosta: Hi, nice rewiew, could you tell me what´s the twist of this rifle ? I think
to buy one, but the website of Tikka say it comes in twists 1:12 and 1:8,
and 1:12 do not estabilize bullets of 64 o 77 grains. Thank you and
congratulations. I´m from Argentina.
kiwiwoolf: Nope i live in Australia
dizzeh000: Nice review mate! I've got the exact same but in a lefty :) Just wondering
if you have you tried the 53gr. Hornady rounds (polymer tip) - I use these
and quite happy with their accuracy, but would like to hear your thoughts
and anyone else on the 53gr.s and this rifle!
kiwiwoolf: Yes this one is 1:12 really good for 55 grains...... thanks for your comment
jeffrosBBQ: Outstanding rifle Cobber! I Just bought the T3 Lite in 30-06.
AstronautSpaceCake: i would prefer a 1 in 10 twist or better for a 0.223 for better accuracy
Nix6p: Rifles are much more expensive in Australia (where this video was made)
than they are in Canada (I assume that you live in Canada based off of your
Youtube channel). A $400 difference between North American and
Australiasian prices is hardly uncommon.
chital hunter: tikka make a good rifle
AussieFeralControl: ive got 3 tikkas love em!!! good video!!!