The photographs below are of some prototype Steyr Scout stocks.
These are experimental prototypes and are NOT currently available, nor is there any potential availability date for them so please do not request further information from Steyr Mannlicher!
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sniper rifle built on the Steyr Scout base.
Features a 24" semi-heavy barrel (standard contour under the handguard but heavier forward),
a rounded bolt knob, 10 round magazine kit, and weighs about 8.8 pounds with 2 loaded magazines.
This is the prototype for the "Tactical Elite" heavy barrel model that was shown at the SHOT Show
in the US in 2000. .
Leaf pattern camouflage
Light brush camouflage
Dark brush camouflage
Green colored stock
Standard stock with "wood" insert panels. (These are available.)
Photographs © copyright 1999 by Luis Pat Erno (Steyr)
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