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Lumley Arms Tactical Knob and Handle Kit

for SAKO A7 Rifle


Product Description

This is a replacement Tactical Knob and Bolt Handle Kit for SAKO A7 Rifle which is super-strong and lightweight. The handles are manufactured from Grade 5 Aerospace Titanium alloy, and the knobs are made from 7075-T76 Aircraft Aluminum.

Lumley Arms handle consists of two pieces: First, a garnet-blasted titanium sleeve that matches the external profile and finish of the original factory handle. Second, a bolt body which is then secured into a titanium fastener with the common 5/16"x24 TPI thread. Lumley Arms handle and knob combo fits all SAKO A7 Rifle models in both left and right handed configurations. An oversized tactical bolt knob made from 7075-T76 Aircraft Aluminum (5/16"x24 TPI thread) has been included with the kit.

You will not get a stronger, lighter and tougher bolt handle kit anywhere! Whether you are building the ultimate hunting rifle, need to shave a precious few grams of the competition rifle, or simply want to use the best gear available, these are the ultimate SAKO replacements. The handle and tactical knob combined weigh 38 grams or 1.3 OZ.

Advantages of Tactical Knob and Handle Kit:
  • Better grip
  • Faster bolt manipulation
  • Ambidextrous
  • Durability and super strength
  • High end material and construction
  • Light weight
Fitting Guide:

The factory handle of the Sako A7 is retained in the bolt body by a hex head bolt using a metric M5 thread. Lumley Arms handle uses a custom titanium grade 5 bolt with the same M5 thread but with a tapered and threaded end for the bolt knob to screw onto (5/16"x24 TPI). A profiled titanium sleeve is held captive between this bolt knob and the bolt body once assembled.

The factory handle can be removed by firstly removing the factory knob then using a hex key to unscrew the fastener retaining the factory handle to the bolt. Lumley Arms handle can then be installed by inserting the fastener through the sleeve with the hex socket facing away from the bolt body. Screw the M5 (smaller thread) end of this fastener into the bolt body firmly using a hex key. The bolt knob can then be screwed into the end of the handle. Ensure sleeve is aligned to mating end of spigot on bolt body as pictured above.

Notes:
  • If using a thread locking compound to attach the bolt handle or bolt knob, we don't recommend using anything stronger than purple Loctite (222) or equivalent.
  • If using a stronger thread locking compound, be very careful never to overheat the bolt if using a propane torch to remove the handle in the future.

    Lumley Arms SAKO A7 Bolt Handle Kit
Product Features
    Handle:
    • CNC Machined handle from Grade 5 Aerospace Titanium Alloy
    • 5/16" x 24 TPI male thread to accept most bolt knobs
    • Fits both left-handed and right-handed versions
    • Weighs 8 grams or .3 OZ!
    Knob:
    • 7075-T76 Aircraft Aluminum Alloy
    • Threaded section = 30.5mm or 1.2" deep
    • 5/16" x 24 TPI female thread to accept most bolt handles
    • Weighs 30 grams or 1.0 OZ!
    Made in USA by (Lumley Consolidated Industries Inc.) BoltKnobs.com
Purchase Options

Tactical Oversized Knob and Handle Kit for SAKO A7


Shipping: In Stock items ship in 1-2 days
Finish: Brushed
Price: $77.00

Lumley Arms SAKO A7 Bolt Handle and Oversized Knob Kit



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