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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    I just wanted to brag about the customer service at Steyr Arms in Bessemer, AL. I found a M40 built in 1999, bought as my very first handgun. Being new to the sport and concealed carry I wanted a safe gun, so I really liked the key locking feature. When I opened the box I discovered that the...
  2. Holsters
    Hello fellow Steyr users, Since we don't have any good non-leather holsters for the Steyr M9-A1 here in Austria, I treated myself to a Cleveland IWB holster. Communication with Bobby & Jeanette went realy well, and they were extremely friendly and helpful. Unfortunately I have not found the...
  3. Holsters
    Hey all- First of all, no paid advertisement here...just wanted to give an update regarding a custom leather holster company that I've been eyeing for a while called Winthrop Holsters http://www.winthropholsterstore.com/servlet/StoreFront. They're in Lakewood, Ohio (north side of Cleveland area...
  4. Holsters
    With no luck finding anything online for my M9 A1 I went to a local gun shop and tried about 20 different holsters. No Fobus would fit, tried a few Galco's, nothing, tried the Tagua's and finally found one!! :) It's leather, paddle holster for a Springfield XDM 5", p/n PD2-670!! A little snug...
  5. Holsters
    Finally got my Eclipse holster for my M9-A1 yesterday. I was initially disappointed with it, I thought I wanted to wear it at 3:00. That's where I would wear my nylon holster. The body side of it kinda poked into my hip meat, and the loop position made my belt stick out. (my waist is 32-34-ish)...
  6. New Member Check-In
    Hey all, current handgun noob looking to find his perfect pistol :-) So far Ive had a S&W SD9VE and currently have a Glock 22. Neither have really tickled my fancy so I come here to learn more about Steyr Arms and possibly get my hands on a M40/M357. Hope to get to know some of you and learn a...
  7. New Member Check-In
    Hello, I was wondering if anyone knows of a concealed carry holster that fits in the small of your back inside pants for a Steyr M40A1
  8. M, C, L and S Series
    Hi, Can anyone suggest whom should I contact in EU in order to get some parts for M9-A1. During my second IPSC match I had 2 failures to eject with following double feeds. I already ordered 1911 plunger spring from Brownells all the way from US. Now from some threads on the forum I see, that...
  9. M, C, L and S Series
    I own a June 02'M9 and an April 08' M40-A1,and there doesn't seem to be any issues with extraction or feeding. Through scouring the threads here,and reading some of the issues that members have been having,I'm wondering if the Canadian versions are experiencing the same issues. Because of...
  10. New Member Check-In
    Hi everyone, New to forum. Wanting to mount a Burris Signature Select 1.5x6 on a 308 Mountain rifle. Want to use Talley Quick detachable rings and base as I am wanting to send the rifle to Brockmans to have the pop up peep sight installed in the base as well as one of their front sights. The...
  11. The Pub
    Guys I thought it would be neat to see how many walks of life steyr represents so I wanted to take a poll on our members occupations. Sorry if this is too forward but we all have choosen steyr so I figure we all enjoy the finer things in life I'll go first 8 years of schooling in history to...
  12. M, C, L and S Series
    Just curious how many owners of both actually have a preference? I realize the picattiny rail gives the MA1 the advantage for those who use tactical lights or lasers. I'm really talking "ergos" more than anything else. It looks like the original M has a slightly lower bore axis and it's frame is...
  13. Industry News
    I know, futile right? Well here goes anyway. Here's the email I sent, when they respond I'll post the reponse: >>>start I'm a Steyr M9A1 owner and member of the SteyrClub forum. If Steyr is hoping to make it's mark in the law enforcement/military/civilian market, you guys are going to have to...
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