Can a Sauer 404 be used as a magnum?

Can a Sauer 404 be used as a magnum?

The SAUER 404 allows the hunter to shoot all available calibers from a single rifle. Even the jump from Standard to Magnum is no problem: Simply swap out the bolt head to transform the S 404 from a .30-06 for local hunting to an uncompromising buffalo stopper in .375 H&H Magnum in two simple steps.

Who is the owner of the Sauer 404?

Our friend Dave from J. P. Sauer takes a few minutes in our shop to give us an overview of the 404 with respect to features and disassembly. See what you think.

Is there a takedown tool for the Sauer 404?

Using the takedown tool that is designed into the 404 sling stud, the entire rifle can be quickly and easily disassembled, and the trigger pull weight can be adjusted. Find out why so many hunters are getting excited about the Sauer 404, and the accuracy, dependability, and safety it represents.

Can a unauthorized person fire a Sauer 404?

Removal of the bolt head is a 100% guarantee that no unauthorized individuals can fire the S 404. No two hunts are alike, and every human has a different level of tactile perception. The revolutionary SAUER Quattro trigger concept has a unique way of using this fact to its advantage.

Where was the 1985 Saurer 6DM military truck made?

This 1985 Saurer 6DM was imported to North America by the selling dealer in 2017 and is reportedly 1 of 660 examples produced. The truck was hand built in Switzerland for military use, and features an air-shift power takeoff system, a Rotzler hydraulic winch, planetary axles, Bosch engine injection, and center/rear locking differentials.

Where can I find out more about Saurer?

Throughout the year, you can find us at major exhibitions around the globe. When we’re in your region, be sure to stop by so we can tell you about our newest products and services in person. You can also stay up to date with the latest Saurer developments through our press releases, customer stories and other publications.

What kind of engine does a Saurer 6DM have?

Prior to its importation, the seller drove the Saurer approximately 550 miles from Switzerland to Belgium and reported no issues. Power comes from a 12-liter six-cylinder turbo-diesel backed by a ZF 5-speed manual gearbox with a torque converter and overdrive splitter.