I guess I now have $5000 Steyrs in my vault now that the CA DOJ does not have them on the list any more.
(in my head they are worth the price.)
Guess that is what happens when I let my attention on the my state's still laws and list lapse in favor of work.
Too bad too. I too the M40A1 out...
...can it fire? I've always been told that a Glock cannot fire even when sustaining a heavy impact, like falling onto concrete. I assume the Steyr is the same (if not better), but I don't know for sure.
Just on a whim while searching some guns out for customers I checked the status on Styer pistols.
RSR Wholesale ( sells ONLY to FFL's ), had just one M40A1 listed as in stock. It is listed as 2004 production and has 10 round magazines.
Dealer price is lower than a Glock