What's an M6 Scout worth?

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by raindog, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. raindog

    raindog
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    I have an M-6 Scout:

    Springfield Armory M6 Scout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Bought it as a cool survival gun years ago when SA was still making them. Now I'm thinking the cash could be better spent elsewhere. Mine is the .22LR/.410, not the .22 Hornet. I do have all the extras - case, scope, sling, sleeve, etc.

    Not really sure what it's worth. They are listed from $500 to $1200 on GunBroker. I don't think it's worth $1200 :) I don't think GunBroker lets you search completed auctions (or possibly I didn't see the right checkbox).
     
  2. Burt Gummer

    Burt Gummer
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  3. raindog

    raindog
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    Ha ha so true.
     
  4. bmgm37

    bmgm37
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    They do have high capacity buttstocks :)
     
  5. Nwcid

    Nwcid
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    If it is in great shape $800 probably would not be out of line.

    I sold one here a while back that was in decent shape, it got used when it was new. I sold it to someone I know and got $450 for it, we were both happy.
     
  6. Blockhead

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    I just sold one for $600 and it took about a month to do so listed on multiple forums. It was the 22 hornet/410 version in excellent condition.
     
  7. shooter99

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    What did you decide you wanted for the M6? I would like one for the occasional grouse, while scouting.
     
  8. robbijer

    robbijer
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    Should have no problem selling it for $500 or more depending on age and condition. I would imagine much more with all of the original accessories. I would like to see some photos of the accessories regardless if you end up selling it if you get a chance.

    I was finally able to pick one up in November for $250. It is the stainless in .22 lr, but has been spray painted a camo.

    Good luck
     
  9. Keane

    Keane
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    I bought mine (a blued one) for $400 over the summer. It isn't in perfect shape, but it is exactly what I was looking for :)

    In perfect condition and not a CZ made one, they are probably ~$800, a bit less if they are the CZ made ones, and less further based on condition.
     

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