Tikka older models - titanium bolt handle (LH)
Tikka 558, 590, 595, 658, 690 and 695 - left-handed version
Ti6Al4V Titanium alloy handle, knob included.
Proudly designed and manufactured in the USA - see our website www.BoltKnobs.com
See a full YouTube review (fitted to a Tikka 590) from one of our English customers by CLICKING HERE.
A super-strong and ultra-light bolt handle for your
Tikka 590, 595, 690 or 695. We sell the Carbon Fiber knob separately as
well. The handles are CNC machined from grade 5 aerospace titanium
alloy. Whether you are building the ultimate light-weight mountain
rifle, or need to shave a precious few ounces off that competition
benchrest rig, or like us, you simply want to use the best gear
available then this is the ultimate bolt handle combo. We inspect each
handle one-by-one to ensure each are completely free from any tooling
marks, swirls, or post-machining blemishes, then test fit to a specially
made dovetail gage prior to packing.
- Manufactured from Grade 5 Titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V)
- Weighs just under 1oz (28g)
- No tooling marks, machined finish
- CNC engraved lettering on dovetail specifying thread
- 5/16" x 24 TPI male thread to accept most bolt knobs
- Shank where stem meets knob = 0.452” diameter (11.5mm)
- Available in both left-handed and right-handed versions
Notes on Tikka factory tolerances
This part may not be a "drop-in" fit for your individual rifle. Some minor fitting may be required. There is a wide variation between rifles with the dimensions of the slot in the bolt-body that the bolt handle slides into. The angles of this 'dovetail' are rarely symmetrical which is what causes the fitment issues with some rifles. This is the case with all aftermarket handles machined to tighter specifications than the sloppy factory original. Variations like this are common with mass-produced factory rifles and are due to tool wear and/or cutter misalignment. In the majority of cases our handle will slot firmly into the bolt body, however in some instances minor filing or stoning of one or both angles of our handle will be required to see it fit snugly. If in doubt, take it to your gunsmith, or contact us and we'll be happy to walk you through how to correct the issue.