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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    Took a drive and went up "north" to see IDPASteyr. also brought along the M40A1 and a new leather concealment holster. Well there were 3 others besides me who had Steyr pistols. We shot several courses of fire in an IDPA match. No one had any firearm related issues. This was also the first time...
  2. The Pub
    Even though my wife's birthday is not for almost another 2 weeks, I just couldn't keep it from her anymore. She's a bit of a revolver freak, so I bought her her first wheelgun for her birthday - A Taurus 905ss - and gave it to her a few days ago. It's a 2" barrel, stainless revolver chambered...
  3. M, C, L and S Series
    I have the money for a new handgun I'm considering the Glock-19 and Steyr M40A1 Already have the M-40 and like it a lot. The M40A1 is a sweet looking gun. There is of course a lack of accessories for the Steyr help me decide, give me your best arguments on each choice. I can get each at...
  4. Other Handguns
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  5. M, C, L and S Series
    A few months back I mentioned that I purchased an older M40 on Gunbroker. It had the older-style trigger and extractor. It also had night sights that were butchered by the previous owner (or the monkey he hired to install the sights). As I promised myself, I had the gun refurbished, albeit...
  6. Ammunition and Reloading
    I noticed a few members posting about good experiences with the Lancer ammo...I saw that Midway sells this ammo in 38 & 45...so I sent customer service an email requesting to have midway carry the 9mm ammo. I get dealer discounted prices through midway, so I am hoping that they will start to...
  7. Ammunition and Reloading
    Went back to Express Police Supply website and the Ranger page is covered up with Law Enforcement Only notices- you have to fax in your department letterhead. Their prices are still about half any others I can find, and no shipping or tax. Wish I had bought more !! Any of you steyroids out there...
  8. M, C, L and S Series
    I'm thinking about picking up a M40 to go with my M9, but I also like the Taurus 24/7 .40. Anyone know how the two compare? Considering Steyr's current service problem (or maybe I should say lack of service), the Taurus lifetime warranty is pretty attractive.
  9. M, C, L and S Series
    Ok, I know alot of people on here own the new Steyr MA1 series of pistols either in 9mm or .40 caliber (haven't seen any reports of .357). I personally own an M-40 and was wondering how much better, if at all, the new MA1 series really is? I have seen some threads where there have been...
  10. The Pub
    just goes to show you....if you can't get a gun...a knife still works... this is just nuts..... Careful...long pointy knives are dangerous...and there needs to be a law! http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/27/inter ... ner=EXCITE
  11. M, C, L and S Series
    Gone to range with my M-9. cartridges from Federal, FMJ. fired some 50 rounds with zero malfunctions as usualy. Proud to say I have never encountered any problems with my M9 since this become a major issue here. The gun is absolute reliable with proper maintenance I guess. well results of...
  12. AUG, MSAR
    How many people on this forum would seriously consider buying an AUG-A3 if a semi-automatic version was made available for civilian purchase? I have been looking through the internet for any information I can find on this weapon and would defintely be willing to buy one if they are made available.
  13. M, C, L and S Series
    Hey people... mannlicherMan posted this over on glock talk...i have not seen that he has a link over here....my apologies if it has already been posted...not trying to scoop anyone here. But it seems that a new S model is not entirely out of the picture.....at least based on this link...
  14. M, C, L and S Series
    ...a couple of days ago. I purchased it used via Gunbroker for $299 with NS and 2x10 round mags. The seller said he was the second owner. He had no photos of the gun when I bid on the gun. He warned that the NS were "rounded" due to the previous owner installing the NS and that there was...
  15. M, C, L and S Series
    Can you use Steyr M-series magazines with the new MA1 pistols?
  16. M, C, L and S Series
    Nice little gun show down in Tucson, AZ today. One vendor had 2 or 3 MA-1's, so I of course had to grab one. It's got that same M feel, that's for sure. The ergonomics are definitely there, and although it *looks* a little more "blocky" and that it might not be quite as comfortable, nothing...
  17. Holsters
    My IWB holster arrived from Fist today. I must say I am impressed with the quality. This is the #17a, which is adjustable & cantable, with interchangeable loops. The ride height and cant can be adjusted, and they have an abundance of different attachment loops & clips. These two pics show...
  18. M, C, L and S Series
    For those of us who are relatively new to Steyrs, can somebody give a run down on the naming conventions. Why an "M" series? ("S" for sub-compact makes sense to me). What would make something an "L"? What other letters have there been? Will there be? Inquiring minds want to know.... Thanks! Jim
  19. M, C, L and S Series
    Since we have a lot of new users over here I though it would be good to post this on the forum. Plus I am kind of proud of my new baby :lol: I now own a S9 and S40. The downside to both of these guns is that their finish is kind of a dull matte black that has some dark green mixed in. I...
  20. Anything Else
    didn't know what froum to put this in, so it goes here. http://www.pistoleer.com/targets/ Ok so it's not cheaper than printing off your PC, but for those of us who can't be good enough to hit 8.5" x 11" beyond 20 feet. I get wally world little 12"x20" bullseye targets for $0.20 each. I just...
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