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Just curious how many people own or have seen a Springfield M6.
I bought this one for my dad in 2004 and saw a parkerized version today.
That's the only 2 I've ever seen.
 

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Sort of, very simular to a old USAF survival gun that some old bombers had on board for emergencys....
 

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It's kind of like what the AR-7's are purported to have replaced. I have a recent Henry version. Whether or not it ever accompanied a USAF pilot is open to debate, but it is designed as a 'survival rifle" in .22lr. The 410 barrel is not included, (Damn...).
 

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Nice survival gun.
 

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Evil looking assault weapon. Probably fires 500,000 rounds per second from its clips.

Ban it !
 

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If it doesn't come in 45ACP I'm not interested. :D
 

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I've seen these on several occasions. They are survival guns. Be nice to have one for an emergency pack for the truck.
 
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It makes for a good training rifle for the kids. And at least it's worth keeping after they outgrow it. I have a Rossi S411220BS youth size 22LR / 410 that never gets shot now since the kids outgrew it. The Rossi is a single shot with changeable barrels. The Springfield doesn't require changing barrels so I think it's a keeper over the Rossi. I may trade the Rossi for some ammo lol.
 

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I gave my son a Savage Camp Gun which is a 22 lr on top and 20 gauge on the bottom barrel. It breaks down and fits in a nice little folding soft case for packing. Very nice little gun to take camping and fishing.
 

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