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Verve
07-08-2014, 01:08 PM
About to pick this up ....

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Springfield Armory M6 Scout
Over and Under Survival Rifle/Shotgun
Rifle .22 Hornet (Over)
Shotgun .410 Cal (Under)
18.25 Inches Barrel Length
31 Inches O/A Length
2.14Kgs

Below's the actual gun ... this was manufactured by Springfield in Czech Republic, as Springfield moved all production of M6 Scout there in early 21st century. Production of this firearm has been on and off since it's inception in 70's (as per US Air Force requirements - 14" barrel version was the standard firearm for all USAF pilots), and the production stopped in 2008. Research revealed pretty solid reviews and high ratings in survivalists choice of firearm.

This particular one has had 3 rounds at the most through each barrel all it's life, factory fitted scope and scratchless throughout. Barrel and buttstock fold (& disengage) to make it for an easy fit in most shoulder bags of 19inches length and above. It was bought and brought from USA by the 1st owner (me being 2nd).

As it is a survival weapon, I'm not sure of the utility for me yet and it will be better suited for someone who is adventurous and gets out and about a lot more ... saying that, owning and firing a rare (if that can be said of it's availability here) firearm such as this should be fun nonetheless.

Hope you like it.

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Buttstock stores 12x .22Hornet bullets and 4x .410 shotshells.
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Topak
07-08-2014, 03:37 PM
good purchase. Congrats Bro. do .22 hornet easily available ?

PAKIPOWER
07-08-2014, 08:59 PM
Salam
Congrts brother very interesting gun, plz share what kind of license need for such kind of weapon means two different caliber on one license for one gun or two lic. For one gun.

PAKIPOWER
07-08-2014, 09:01 PM
And plz share a detail review if possible

Ameer
07-08-2014, 09:16 PM
This is one beauty, a very useful package. And you don't need to be adventurous for it, i had taken my AR7 Survival Rifle to picnics in early days. And it was fun shooting it there (where it is good to fire it).

Congratulations in advance.

SUPREME_HUNTER
07-08-2014, 10:44 PM
many many congrats bro. its a beauty indeed and one of my type. plz share price here or through email (present in my profile). may it serve you well.

feeling (ajeeb :shocked:) in asking but my greedy nature is overcoming my feelings, when ever even after a decade or 2 you wished to sell it i would be first in your list. Pardon me

SUPREME_HUNTER
07-08-2014, 10:46 PM
in Quetta easily available but expensive


good purchase. Congrats Bro. do .22 hornet easily available ?

Dr Zakir
08-08-2014, 12:17 AM
I am not sure about its utility. But congratulations anyway

Fudgepacker
09-08-2014, 12:40 AM
Very cool Verve bro, congrats!!

Fudgepacker
09-08-2014, 12:59 AM
many many congrats bro. its a beauty indeed and one of my type. plz share price here or through email (present in my profile). may it serve you well.

feeling (ajeeb :shocked:) in asking but my greedy nature is overcoming my feelings, when ever even after a decade or 2 you wished to sell it i would be first in your list. Pardon me
Of all the "takedown/folding/survival" rifles, that's also one of my faves due to its all metal construction. If you like that kind of thing, check out the Keltec Sub 2000. If it's available that is, they're hard to find everywhere. There's also Ruger ' s 10/22 Takedown, Henry ' s AR7, and of course Marlin's 70P. The Ruger is probably the most practical because its the only one with an actual forearm. The Henry is cool because everything (receiver and barrel) all takedown to fit into its waterproof stock. The Marlin is one of the most popular, but sometimes a wrench is needed to disassemble/assemble the barrel. Nonetheless, they're all very cool, and a must have for any survivalist/prepper, or someone who just likes cool guns :)

SUPREME_HUNTER
09-08-2014, 01:06 AM
Mr. Fudgepacker (http://www.pakguns.com/member.php?15152-Fudgepacker) thanks for your recommendation i will chek them all surely and i liked Springfield M6 because it has a shotgun too for birds (no need to shoot .22) and .22 Hornet for small game up to 150m


Very cool Verve bro, congrats!!

Fudgepacker
09-08-2014, 01:12 AM
Mr. Fudgepacker (http://www.pakguns.com/member.php?15152-Fudgepacker) thanks for your recommendation i will chek them all surely and i liked Springfield M6 because it has a shotgun too for birds (no need to shoot .22) and .22 Hornet for small game up to 150m
That's a good point! Except for the Keltec which is 9mm, all the others are 22s.

SUPREME_HUNTER
09-08-2014, 01:33 AM
there is also a .22lr version, one of my most fav cal :gossip:

B-King
09-08-2014, 05:19 AM
NIce!!! and what will be the caliber written on the license? both calibers can be written on license?

Nazim Sahib
09-08-2014, 07:50 AM
Nice Verve!!
What a lovely gun to have in ones collection!

How much did it cost??
And secondly how was the weapon licensed?Does it have two separate serial numbers?
Again lovely choice!!

Haider Shah
12-08-2014, 11:27 AM
Nice combination rifle , ideal for climbing expeditions, please also let us know about its availability in other parts of country, regards