The multi-caliber Scavenger 6 rifle ensures that you will have a firearm able to fire nearly any ammo you can find.
The Scavenger 6 looks crazy since it’s half revolver with awkwardly long cylinders and half rifle with an awkwardly low stock. But the unique feature is the cylinder barrel, or what the designer calls the “CB”. This “CB” as the name suggests is a rifled cylinder containing a 7” barrel. The shown barrel is just a shroud that is there for legal purposes to obtain the requirements for overall length so that a tax stamp is not required. I imagine in an apocalyptic scenario where National Firearm Act infringements no longer applied the hacksaws would be broken out to make this a bit more maneuverable.
The multi caliber CB’s are going to be offered in:
Hunting CB: .243, .308, 30/06, .30/30, .223 and .45LC/.410.
Battle CB: 5.56, 7.62×39, .30/06, .270, .308. 7.61×51
Survival CB : .22, .38 special/.357 magnum, .45LC/.410, .223, 9mm, 45 ACP
As a marksman, I’m curious to the accuracy for having completely different calibers in the same firearm, or for that matter, the same cylinder. Even if the firearm was incredibly accurate, your point of impact could change tremendously at medium to longer ranges.
While I cannot find an updated release date on the Scavenger 6, it was announced to hit the market January 2017. I’ll give you an update if this project actually hits the shelf.