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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    So, I read the article on Steyr's website on the C series pistols, and kinda fell in love, which led to me buying my very own Steyr several months ago. That article paired it up with a Viridian C5L light/laser combo, and after some reading, I really like the sound of the green laser, and I...
  2. Other Rifles
    I am seeking information regarding the Styer 300M Match CISM rifle. General history, dates of manufacture, when imported to the USA, barrel thread specifications, What was the purpose of threading a match rifle barrel? Quantity manufacured? Serial number to manufacture date data, Original...
  3. M, C, L and S Series
    Just spoke with Carmen from IGB and my threaded .40 barrel is made and will be shipped out next week!! Now just gotta wait for my Osprey to be made and shipped and my paperwork to be approved! Should be shooting suppressed by the end of summer, both 40 cal and 9mm! :cheers: Paul
  4. Other Handguns
    Interested in getting a GB and am wondering how accurate it can be with a scope. It has metal frame so I supposed adding a side mount should be relativly easy? I have no doubt the GB is accurate, but since the nose is by default touching the barrel and every thing does heat up during firing...
  5. Caracal C and F Series
    From Wikipedia specifically the Caracal Pistol: The metal parts receive a proprietary "Plasox" plasma-based nitriding with an enclosed postoxidizin surface treatment producing an oxidation protective coating resistant to aggressive environmental conditions. The manufacturer claims that this...
  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.
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