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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    Just a short video about round counts you can play while brewing coffee or something. https://joespawnshop.net/Steyr-Magazines_c42.htm Has anyone tried their aftermarket products? I found them while looking to buy some more magazines for 357 just for the cool factor of having it stamped but...
  2. M, C, L and S Series
    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...
  3. Other Rifles
    Hello everyone recently I was able to purchase a perfect example of a Zephyr with set triggers. This has been a 20 year search for me. Now the down side unfortunately the magazine is missing. Are there any sources for these magazines, original or aftermarket? I contacted Steyr directly and they...
  4. M, C, L and S Series
    I'm debating buying an extended, ported (maybe comp'ed) match barrel for my M9-A1, anyone know who makes/sells them? (I know Steyr offers threaded replacement barrels but I haven't seen what I'm looking for from Steyr) I've checked with; BarSto (they said "no") StormLake (they said "no") EFK...
  5. Other Handguns
    Picked up an ffl transfer of a zastava m57, new production version.....while doing my 4473 form I look down and see a fnh fns. This pistol had never caught my eye befire. So I ask the gunstore counter man if I can see it. Played with it and I got to say it is one seriously overlooked pistol...
  6. Other Handguns
    Okay, so in the thread below, I have chronicled my S&W PPK. Now on to the other PPK (I have two). Will try to make a long story short. Got it at a pawnshop as it was advertised as a Pre-War. I memorized the serial number, went home and confirmed it was made in 1935. No problems there. Only...
  7. M, C, L and S Series
    New S40-A1 owner and have a quick question. I'm very interested in having the flexibility to be able to fire 9mm and .40 through this gun. I see that there is a factory conversion kit but seems a bit overpriced for what you get. Question: Is this the only place one can get this kit or are...
  8. New Member Check-In
    Glad to have found this forum. I'll be honest, 3 days ago I didn't even know what a "Steyr" was. I did of course know of the AUG. Anyways, yesterday I found myself in a local gun shop, I was holding a few sigs, S&W, etc...when the guy handed me an M9-A1. I was amazed and how it felt like it was...
  9. M, C, L and S Series
    Can the S9 hold more rounds than 10? The M9 and C9 can hold 17 rds, but they only appear to be 3/4 of an inch longer for grip length than the S9, does Steyr plan on making a higher round count magazine? Looking at my S9's magazine it almost looks like 1/2 of the mag is not being utilized. The...
  10. The Pub
    Hi there fellow Steyr devotees Just quick mention that atlast mainstream movies have picked up on what an excellent weapon the STEYR M pistols are, as was used extensively by the hero/main character, Brian Mills (Liam Neeson)in the new "TAKEN 2" movie, which is a sequel to the excellent "Taken"...
  11. M, C, L and S Series
    I picked up my new M9 (one of the Redmond, WA versions)as well as some Tula ammo (aluminum case) and some of my reloads from 1995. The gun is a great fit in my hand and it was quite pleasant to shoot. The Tula ammo didn't do well - 4 FTEs out of 50. The reloads, on the other hand, fed...
  12. Other Handguns
    A while ago I bought a Steyr GB online and in my haste to own one of these beauties, I might have got suckered. Starting with an unloaded gun: If I lock the slide back and then release it forward, the hammer follows !! Is this a fullauto situation waiting to happen ? I have not shot it yet. If I...
  13. Other Handguns
    The SIG P229 was the first gun to be made exclusively in New Hampshire rather than Germany. US vs German made SIGs are a controversial subject in the SIG community but I don't care where the gun was made as long as it performs as I expect it to; and this gun does. I currently have about 600...
  14. Other Handguns
    Here's a quick synopsis of what I've found through a little over 1k rounds through my Gen 4 G35: Pros: -Reliable (despite the internet lore, I have never seen any issues personally with Gen4 40 caliber Glocks) -Accurate (more accurate than 99% of the shooters that will own one) -Durable (I'm...
  15. Other Handguns
    I picked this gun up in 2010, put 100 rounds through it, and it's been in my carry rotation ever since. I generally shoot one magazine through the gun every time I go to the range just to keep familiar with the gun but I don't particularly enjoy shooting it like I do my larger framed guns...
  16. Other Handguns
    I've liked FN firearms since I was in basic training and first got the opportunity to get behind what may be my favorite gun of all time––-the M240B. Unfortunately, I can't have one of those in my personal collection so I've been collecting their handguns, rifles, and shotguns ever since...
  17. Caracal C and F Series
    Hello all.Last week I bought a Caracal C and really like it.I am a dyed in the wool Kool Aid drinker so it's a change for me.Actually for the last couple months,I have been trying to decide between a Glock Gen 4 G19,FNS-9 and a Walther PPQ.I have fondled and fired them all.However last week I...
  18. New Member Check-In
    New guy with an old m-9. Is there a aftermarket recoil spring of less lbs so I can shoot lighter loads? Like 147 Montana Gold o/ 3.4 N320. Thanks! Best ergonomic semi-auto on the market!!!! What sights!!!
  19. Caracal C and F Series
    Thought this was worth sharing: http://www.gallowayprecision.com/caracalperformanceparts.html Coming in July.....woohoo!!!
  20. Maintenance / Tweaks / Technical Difficulties / So
    Hey guys I'm new to the steyr club and excited to now be apart of it, I just purchased my first steyr and really like it, I need some advise or helpful tips from you guys that are far more experienced then I am. I bought this gun to be my everyday concealed carrier weapon but right now I do not...
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