Springfield Armory M6 Scout rifle, stainless steel

The Springfield Armory M6 Scout rifle is based upon the U.S. Air Force M6 Survival Rifle. It's light weight, compact, and useful for taking out small varmints in the woods or field, or for a defense gun for hiking or camping. This model is made from stainless steel.


Caliber .22LR/410 GA
Barrel 18 1/4", 1:15 RH
Rifle Barrel: Six-groove barrel
Shotgun Barrel: Full choke, smooth bore, 3" chamber
Sight Radius: 16 1/8"
Size: 36 ozs. 32" long

Springfield Armory no longer makes the M6 Scout rifle, but they can be found used or sometimes as new in box. They've become collector's items, so be prepared to pay a little more for one than when it was new.

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Customer Reviews of the M6 Scout Rifle

Overall Rating: review stars, 4 out of 5 possible stars 4 out of 5
By Joe M., Palestine, TX
April 16, 2015

"I finally got my hands on one just recently. I wanted it for collectors, bug out and historical sake. This is one very fun gun to add to the collection. Traded a decent AR for it so in my eyes was a very good trade. Once I got it all cleaned up and lubed, it turned out to be much nicer than I originally thought it to be when I was in the Pawn shop looking at it."

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By Wick, Indianapolis, IN
December 22, 2012

LOVE IT! I have the "Hornet" model which is really an accurate hot round, I also have used a slugged round for the 410 and it is very accurate as well... Everyone that sees it wants to buy it...lol... It would take a $1000.00 bucks to get it from me... cause I wouldn't want to part with it."

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By Paul, Benson, NC
October 29, 2012

"I have had my m6 scout for about four years now.I am very impressed with the quality and the performance of the scout. I have really enjoyed owning it. This firearm is a perfect size and weight for beginner shooters as well."

Overall Rating: review stars, 4 out of 5 possible stars 4 out of 5
By rmosier, Budd Lake, NJ
October 6, 2012

Purpose: Hunting

"An outstanding survival tool. Rugged, reliable, compact. The .22 is very accurate to 100 yards. The .410 patterns well for small game, and with rifled slugs can take white tail deer to 50 yards, possibly further (with a better shooter than I). Difficult to find, and expensive. By far it's more suited to survival than the AR-7 (plastic and .22 only), or Rossi matched pair (requires barrel swap). The only thing I could critisize about the M6 is the trigger. But with practice, it becomes a non issue. Current price for a stainless in .22lr is $700 and up. IF you can find one. Parkerized are slightly less."

Overall Rating: review stars, 4 out of 5 possible stars 4 out of 5
By Danny Schenk, Salisbury, NC
September 6, 2012

Purpose: Target Shooting

"My gun is the .22 Hornet/410 gauge.Have had the gun for 15 years.Bought brand new.I like the gun but wish it
had been the .22 long rife. Better squirrel gun."

Overall Rating: review stars, 5 out of 5 possible stars 5 out of 5
By Kevin, North Tonawanda, NY
January 31, 2012

"I have one that i have never seen before. Its parker green. The maker is Springfield USA not cz. There is no trigger guard and the safety is across the hammer in the frame. It shoots amazing, very accurate with both barrels and they shoot in the same place. I think the 410 is bore choked."

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