I am a newbie. This is my first posting here. Need advise please! I own a Sako P94S, 22LR, purchased as a used rifle. It developed the following problems; The bolt is heavy/difficult not smooth to manipulate. (As a comparison my other Sako rifle, a Model 85, in .308 has a buttery smooth bolt.) There is often a double feed. Sometimes the rifle fails to fire on the closed bolt. I found out by trial and error that just by rotating the bolt handle up and down corrects this problem. The rifle slam fired twice today by just more vigorously closing the bolt. This means to me that the rifle is unsafe. The trigger is set to about (a measured) 1.5 lb's. Sometimes the bolt don't want to close on a chambered round. Have to repeat the closing motion several times. The rounds often wont feed from a fully loaded 10 round magazine. All 3 magazines I own; 1, 5 round and 2, 10 round magazines are new (ish). The ammo I use is Blazer 40 gr. lead round nose, 525 value pack. This same ammo worked beautifully today and w/o any problems in a newly built Ruger 10/22, which is by the way a tack driver. Back to the Sako; I even suspected today that the action is dirty, which is not the case of course, because I've cleaned the rifle after the last use, so I doused the action, the bolt and the magazines with Ballistol, royally. This smoothened somewhat the feeding problem. On top of everything I've had this same problems already last year, so I called Beretta/Sako. They suggested that I take it to their West Coast repair center in L.A., which I did. After I paid $ 120.00 and I bought it back home used it once, w/o problems. Today was the second time I've used it after the repair/service and unfortunately all the previous problems are here again. Even worse the slam fire is a new and in my opinion a serious safety problem. Probably will need to set the trigger to about 2-2.5 lb's. I suspect there is something wrong with the bolt. All these problems are sort of intermittent, come and go. Otherwise this is a beautiful and accurate rifle, even if I also forgive and forget the hairline crack in the stock behind the left side of the receiver, which I noticed too late after the purchase. Used rifles, buyer beware. If anybody out there could please provide some helpful advise, suggestions, even if it is nothing else but a contact to a reliable and honest gunsmith, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you. lst.