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Thread: Tps arms M6 scout

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer FreedomIsn'tFree's Avatar
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    I have a Springfield M6 scout .22lr/.410 and it's a great little rifle, but I'd be all for a .357/20ga.
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    14" barrels for Canada, no trigger guard - then it really folds in half.

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    I have a stainless Springfield M6 scout in .22 hornet over .410 that is a beast of gun...not as beastly as a .357 mag though haha

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    what would the expected price be on something like this? USD is fine...I can x2 for CAD. :P
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    For those that have these rifles (either Springfield or TPS versions), how do you like the trigger? Do you like the trigger or do you wish they used a more traditional trigger?
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    I have two by CZ Springfield. One in 22/410 and the other in 22 Hornet/410. Trigger takes some time getting used to. But in reality it's just fine minute or rabbit-grouse-coyote at expected forest hunting distances.

    Also owning the one in 22 Hornet I don't feel any need for another centerfire variant.
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    I'm not a .410 fan.

    But I'd happily buy one in .357 over 20 gauge. That would be an amazing gun. If the gun is well made, If the sights are well regulated and both barrels hit to point of aim, I'd actually pay a fair amount for this. Please be stainless and ceracoated.

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    Sold a few of the US made ones.
    Asked Springfield about a 14" barrel version for Canada; they understood the appeal, but it would have been a NFA firearm in the US. More complex to manufacture and export.
    I suspect the trigger guard is there to keep the lawyers happy.
    Without a trigger guard and with shorter barrels, they would fold in half - a neatly fit into a tool box, knapsack, etc. Handy little gun to have about.
    These aren't intended to be general hunting firearms. I think increasing the caliber and gauge isn't the way to go. Stay with .22 (LR, WMR, Hornet) and .410.
    From the standpoint of an emergency gun, .22WMR might be best. Ammunition can be had in fmj, light and heavier expanding choices. Even .22WRF for less destructive effect.

    Don't expect that the barrels are going to be regulated for a single point of impact.

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    Agreed on the 410. This little firearm was designed to keep aircrew flush in squirrels until the rescue chopper appeared. Small bore rifle and 410 are sufficient IMO too.

    However I am kind of glad there exists a trigger guard. I don't trust myself without one.
    But that's just me.
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    We carry the TPS Arms line,

    This is everything we have in stock at the moment.

    https://www.irunguns.com/manufacturers/tps-arms


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    Quote Originally Posted by enoch View Post
    Do you plan to offer the TPS M6 scout rifle ?

    It is now available in 357 mag over 410. Looks interesting !

    They do not sell directly to Canada.


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