Due to popular demand, the well-known Steyr Arms Scout Rifle is getting a limited edition run of three different camouflage patterns.
Steyr Scouts are now available in “Early Fall,” Mid Fall” and “Late Fall” camouflage patterns.
Steyr Arms has partnered with an Alabama-based company that specializes in the hydro-dip coating process to create the new custom-order rifles.
The Steyr Scout Rifle was the result of a unique and nearly decade-long collaboration between scout-rifle-concept creator Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper and Steyr Mannlicher, GmbH. The lightweight, .308-caliber bolt-action, all-purpose Steyr Scout rifle can accept a low-powered, forward-mounted scope and backup “ghost-ring” iron sights are integrated to the top rail.
The Scout Rifle’s stock features an integrated bipod, and five sling-swivel attachment points that allow the use of a standard sling or Cooper’s favored Ching Sling on either side of the rifle.
Another feature of the Scout Rifle is a pair of five-round magazines with a two-position locking system that allows them to be used as a magazine cutoff. The second magazine is uniquely stored in the rear of the stock.
Measuring just 39.4 inches and weighing in at 6.6 pounds, the Steyr Scout also features a fluted 20-inch cold-hammer-forged barrel.
The Camo Scout is available with a suggested retail price of $1,799.
For more information on the new Camo Scout Rifles and other products from Steyr Arms, please visit SteyrArms.com or call (205) 417-8644.
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