Mountain Tactical Completely Redesigns Tikka Forum Website Offering Info on T3x Accessories and More

Mountain Tactical, a company based in Bozeman, Montana, has announced that they have completely redesigned their Tikka Shooters Forum website. This forum has proven to be an invaluable resource for more than five years for owners of the Beretta Tikka rifle. The site has been valuable in providing tips and recommendations on which Tikka hunting rifles to purchase and how and why to modify the different rifle components for optimized user experience and accuracy. The forum site now boasts more than 4,000 members and it has achieved the reputation of being the go-to place for information on the Tikka product line, including the Tikka T3x line.

The Tikka Shooters Forum is a companion site to the e-commerce site of Mountain Tactical’s various products, where rifle owners are able to buy custom made-in-the-USA T3x accessories and more. Some of the products available through this e-commerce site include the Tikka T3/T3x action parts, Tikka T3/T3x barrels, Tikka T3/T3x bolt handles, Tikka T3/T3x bolt shrouds, Tikka T3/T3x bottom metal, Tikka T3/T3x magazines, Tikka T3/T3x optic mounts, Tikka T3/T3x recoil lugs, Tikka T3/T3x recoil pads, Tikka T3/T3x tools, and Tikka T3/T3x triggers.

Tikka Shooters Forum redesigned

Also available are the Tikka T1x bolt handles, Tikka T1x bottom metal, and Tikka T1x optic mounts. People can also buy Tikka TAC A1 bag riders, Tikka TAC A1 bolt handles, and Tikka TAC A1 bold shrouds. For the Tikka M595/M695, available are the Tikka M595/M695 bolt shrouds and Tikka M595/M695 recoil lugs.

The Forum site has various sections for the different ongoing forums. These include the general discussion; technical articles; gun reviews; product reviews; optics; equipment discussions; guns for sale; optics for sale; reloading equipment and components; gun parts; miscellaneous items for sale; people showing off their Tikkas; nature photography; trophies; shooting 101; shooting techniques; shooting competition; shooting ranges - places to shoot; hunting stories; long range hunting; hunting videos; deer hunting; antelope hunting; elk hunting; sheep hunting; bear hunting; predator hunting; varmint hunting; hog hunting; gunsmithing; barrels, triggers, and other mods; reloading 101; reloading equipment; ballistics; bullets; brass; powder; and primers.

In the general discussion section, forum participants can freely talk about anything. The technical articles section focuses, of course, on technical issues regarding the rifles, such as the Tikka 695 and T3 barrel; trigger installation torque; T3x chamber gouge; Tikka T3 barrel fit on a Tikka M595/M695 action; easy single shot magazine; new T3X stainless bolt issue; problem with T3x bolt disassembly, particularly with the cocking piece bolt handle; twist rate and bullet length; T3x Tac A1 trigger issue; Tikka T3x TAC A1 disassembly; T3x Varmint fore end screw issue; barrel channel; Tikka chassis; and more.

In the gun reviews, various rifles are featured. These include the 308 Tikka Compact; a Hunter stainless fluted in 260 Remington; a Tikka T3X CTR - 6.5 Creedmoor; a Tx3 lite LOP; the Tikka T3x Super Varmint vs Tikka T3x Tac; a TIKKA T3x Compact review; a Tikka Hunter; a Tikka T3 in .300 win out of the box; a Tikka T3 CTR 260 Stainless Rifle review; a Tikka T3 Tac A1 .308; Tikka T3 reliability with strong calibers; and more.

The product reviews section includes various topics, such as: automatic stock for Tikka T3; Waters rifleman products from Australia; a Tikka 5/10rd ammo pouch; a Limbsaver prefit recoil pad; a Timney 2 stage trigger; and more.

Also found in the forum site is a blog page that contains articles from rifle enthusiasts, usually regarding their experiences. For instance, in one blog post, Joseph Klan relates how he came to own a Tikka T3 lite chambered in 30-06 and how he realized that it was the best rifle he had ever shot. Another article in the blog page features the Tikka T3 Tactical rifle, which had received the 2006 Rifle of the Year award from the American Rifleman magazine. Another blog post features Al Quast’s custom .284 Winchester built on a Tikka T3 action.

Those who are interested in Tikka T3x accessories and other products and in the related forum site may want to visit these sites, or contact Mountain Tactical on the telephone, or through email.


For more information about Mountain Tactical, contact the company here:

Mountain Tactical
Jason McHann
174 Shepard Trail Unit B
Bozeman, MT 59718