M40 A1: What can it do, what can go with it ?
What I do know is that:
Current M40 can be converted to 357 sig with a barrel change
M40 and M357 mags are interchangable if not the same
IGB and Steyr sell conversion barrels
There are stocks available but no 16" barrels
BT and and an Israeli...
Hey guys, just got in my Steyr AUG A1, with 5 original clips and 4 new 42 round clips, Im trying to load in the .223 ammo i have here at the house and it does not seam to want to stay in any of the mags, the first round will hold the second and so on just pop out when you move your hand off.. I...
There's a .223 Scout on Gunbroker that someone has been trying to sell for a while that has s single set trigger on it.
Anyone ever seen that on any other Scout? Seems like a really great option, not to mention that it has a threaded barrel.
Does anyone have some experience shooting a .223 Scout...
Hello after some serious thought I have ordered Steyr MA1 .40
here in Canada and naturally started looking for a group of
I tried the pistol once really liked it and decided to add
it too my CZ SP01 Shadow and CZ Kadet .22 collection.
I found this forum while looking for something totally else.
Seems like some nice people here and glad I found it.
Beside that I made my hobby my job, I do love the Steyr M and M A1.
Through my shop I see sometimes some Steyr, but not as much as I like to see.
Here one of the...
Hi all I'm a new member from Australia. I just recently purchased a pro varmint in 223 rem 1:8 twist, in western australia gun licensing takes upto 6 - 8 weeks to process so while I wait I'm keen to hear about the rifle or if there are any reviews as I've no experience with the steyr I went in...
I had no idea there was a dedicated Steyr forum... but then again, never really thought to look for one until today. :o
I've had a few Steyr firearms over the years, and have an interest in acquiring a new pistol. Not really a poly-handgun guy, but the Steyr M9-A1 feels sooooo...
I took my first tactical shooting class last week and other than my Steyr USR everyone had ARs. About 5 out of 10 of them had some kind of jam/double feed. (I was kind of enjoying it) Not to brag, but the Steyr was flawless. I was told that most AR failures are magazine related. OK fine, so...
next time you wonder what exactly is the difference between .223 rem and 5.56 nato the answer is 12,000 psi. .223 rem is rated at about 50,000 psi and 5.56 nato is rated at about 62,000 psi. i think there also might be some very slight chamber dimentional differences.i very much like the...
Shot about 250 rounds down range today to break in the new sa1 40 and it was great everyone loved it and wanted to shoot it. Had about 5 fte's but we took it apart and put some frog lube on it (my m pro lube had dried up or there wasn't enough) but after that no problems it ran great!! The dark...
Gentlemen, After enjoying my new C9-A1 so much and upon the advise of learned members I am considering a Blade Tech Kydex holster. Does anyone have pictures of the new Blade Tech offering especially with the sidearm holstered etc. I greatly appreciate your time.
My first post here.
So far my Steyr inventory looks like this:
Steyr AUG A3 .223
Steyr AUG A3 9x19mm
Steyr SSG 69 .308 with Kahles ZF 84 10x42
Have a lot of other guns also but the above are the only Steyrs...so far :-)
Ps. Anyone here that knows where to find...
So yesterday after a long 5 month wait my girlfriend finally received her permit to purchase a hand gun in this great totalitarian state of New Jersey. I wasnt happy to see prices of m9-a1's come down with the new models at cheaper than dirt and the others at dan's ammo. However when I...
Finish: Black polycoat with black accents
Caliber : 9 mm Parabellum (9x19)
Body: 7.2 in.
Height: 5 in.
Width: 1.38 in.
Weight: 24.4 oz.
Barrel Length: 3.9 in.
• 3 hammer position safety (de, half and cocked)
Coming from FN FAL's, where you can run either caliber, I am hoping to be able to run 7.62 NATO through a .308 Pro Hunter, because I have plenty of 7.62 NATO on hand.
Before anyone says "but they're the same!".... they're not exactly. Typically the NATO rounds are higher-pressure...