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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    I'm considering upgrading to a current-model S9 from my original s9 that I got back in '93. I have a few spare magazines for the model I have and want to know if they will fit a current generation S9. Thanks. G
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hey everyone, I'm a new member here. Coming to you all from Houston, TX. Current Steyrs include an M40 and a .308 Elite.
  3. M, C, L and S Series
    Hey all! Firstly, no spoilers here. But secondly! Near the end of the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, check out the villain's handgun - it's definitely a Steyr M40. :)
  4. M, C, L and S Series
    Saw the new Liam Neeson movie last night....last part of the movie he's breaking bad with what I'm sure was a Steyr M-A1.
  5. Other Handguns
    Took the re-hammered GB out today for a quick 30 round smoke and function test. In every respect it exceeded my expectations for smoothness , accuracy, reliability and O-Yeah soot build up. Holy Moly filthy . 30 rounds transformed the internals into a tailpipe from a crosstown bus. Is this a...
  6. M, C, L and S Series
    Ordered a new threaded barrel from Steyr Arms, come packed perfectly and new (2011) production. $299, which isn't bad at all. They used to be $349 I believe.
  7. M, C, L and S Series
    Just wondering if anyone's interested in trying rig up an M series barrel (M9 I suppose, since 9mm blanks are easier to find) with a restrictor, for semi-automatic blank fire. I do a little work as an indie film armorer on the side, and usually use the purpose made blank guns... they're cheap...
  8. Tactics and Training
    Got my ASP red gun of the M. It's a bit larger than the real thing at the the front around the trigger guard and where the serial number would be on the frame. Thus, it won't fit into my HBE Com3. :evil: I was hoping to be able to use this thing for training with the holster I use now. I...
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