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M6 Scout Wanted

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by True Grit, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. True Grit

    True Grit Well-Known Member

    I'm looking for a Springfield M6 Scout .22 over .410
  2. 35 Whelen

    35 Whelen Well-Known Member

  3. Flyboy73

    Flyboy73 Well-Known Member

    Funny that you mention it. I am going to look at a Scout tomorrow my gun shop just got in. Want $550 for it.
  4. ROCK6

    ROCK6 Well-Known Member

    Just a tease photo:evil:


    Mine is the .22LR/.410 version and I love it for what it is. Most functional optic I put on it is a Trijicon Reflex (12MOA triangle) that works well enough for the .22 and .410 (slugs suck and I can't reliably get them to group well enough to use them, but buckshot is very effective out to 20-25 yards).

    I really wish they would reproduce these as I wouldn't mind another and possibly in the .22 Hornet chambering.

    Good luck!

  5. Flyboy73

    Flyboy73 Well-Known Member


    Is yours the version with no trigger? Also did the scope rail come with it?
  6. DammitBoy

    DammitBoy Well-Known Member

    Good luck! I got very lucky 2 years ago and found a stainless .22 hornet over .410 M6 for $250.00 sitting in a pawn shop.

  7. Flyboy73

    Flyboy73 Well-Known Member

    I happen to find a mount at GB for $125 :what:
  8. ROCK6

    ROCK6 Well-Known Member

    It's the standard version, I just removed the trigger guard so it would fold up more compact. The scope rail was a separate purchase...

  9. jim goose

    jim goose Well-Known Member

    For 550+ now, you'd think someone would be making them again by now.
  10. KansasPaul

    KansasPaul Well-Known Member

    I've been trying to find one of these for years - yeah, there's almost always one on GunBroker for $600-700 but that is out of my range. Sad thing is my local gun shop had one on the shelf about 5 years ago marked at $350 (new) - I thought the owner must have been smoking too much crack to be asking that price. Later I learned that I was the idiot who should have purchased it. Especially since it was in the .22 Hornet caliber I wanted.
  11. memphisjim

    memphisjim Well-Known Member

    could you put a 45lc in the 410 barrel safely?
  12. Gordon

    Gordon Well-Known Member

    I would not! It has some choke and is pretty thin for that.
  13. 35 Whelen

    35 Whelen Well-Known Member

    45 Colt uses a .452" bullet. .410 bore uses, well, a .410" bore. Danger Will Robinson.


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