Many people contributed to the general concept of the scout rifle. Below are photos of some of the people involved in bringing the Steyr Scout Rifle to fruition. Please note that there are 6 moderately large jpg files on this page to provide good quality pictures. They may take a while to download if you have a slow connection, (MS FrontPage says 66 seconds at 28.8) but it is worth the wait.
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|Jeff Cooper and Heinz Hambrusch with the first production Steyr Scout Rifle. I'd say they are happy folks!||Jeff Cooper and Elmar Bilgeri with the stainless finish presentation rifle. Stock is airbrushed with the American and Austrian flags, the Jeff Cooper "JC" logo, an eagle, and a Southwestern landscape scene with a lightning bolt.|
Detail of presentation Steyr Scout
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