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  1. M, C, L and S Series
    Good Evening Everyone, I have recently noticed that my slide seems to be having some sort of.... for lack of a better term "issue" with the slide and i believe the trigger group. If i pull the slide back and let it slowly ride forward (no ammo involved) it will catch on something and not go...
  2. M, C, L and S Series
    nothing's been modified on the pistol. where should i go to have the trigger lightened up? gunsmith or back to the steyr usa? Also had a problem when i pull the trigger the slide budges back a little then forward then the stricker engages. wtf is wrong here? very difficult to pull the trigger...
  3. Holsters
    It seems that the holster topic has been VERY popular and has been filled with frustration from members looking for that "perfect fit" holster. I too, have spend big $$$ on holsters that simply don't fit, even though they were recommended. Quite simply if you want a concealed inexpensive...
  4. M, C, L and S Series
    Once again my shots were all over the place, but the location was different; our underused indoor range. I was also with an experienced shooter who had three guns with him, a 22 target pistol, a .38 Special revolver and a re-barelled 1911. He let me try the 22 and I had a group of about 4 inches...
  5. Other Rifles
    How do I adjust the trigger pull on my new Pro Hunter. The manual is silent on how to do it!
  6. Tactics and Training
    i have a theory. the reason we shoot double taps today is because officers carrying double/single guns needed to practice the transition from double action to single action. no point firing 3 or 5 rounds. just two to complete the transition. what's the point? everybody in handguns...
  7. Other Handguns
    Wow! Just went over to http://www.HKPro.com and took a look at the new P3000 HK pistol and I have to say I like the lines and the grip. Although I think it would have been wiser to have a better angle like Steyr to create a natural point, but still looks very comfortable in the hand. Check it...
  8. M, C, L and S Series
    Well........I started the competition with my Glock 35 and was winning easily on the flip plates....then diseaster struck and the lock block/slide lock pin worked its way out almost all the way, so I lost my slide lock/empty mag function.... :cry: My girlfriend handed me her HK 2000...
  9. M, C, L and S Series
    I like it. :D Decided to go with the M40 A1, but I found a M40 New for 365.00 at the gun show on Sat. I decided not to pass it up. Took it home cleaned it up and finally made it to the range last night. I Love the sights, not a problem getting used to. I Hate the trigger pull. :? Please...
  10. M, C, L and S Series
    Is it true the the new A1 pistols have an upgraded trigger and that we can send ours in for a change?
  11. M, C, L and S Series
    New M-A1 with manual safety 9/12/2005 Yes, you read that correctly. Received the new M-A1 last Friday. Have not had a chance to shoot it yet, but like the ergonomics of the pistol very much. I was allowed to order the model with manual safety after writing a waiver to Steyr regarding any...
  12. M, C, L and S Series
    M9A1??? I know the pull length is only 4mm. But what is the weight ? Is it 5.5 lbs. like a glock? Compared to a glock trigger whats it like? :?:
  13. M, C, L and S Series
    I understand that it is a requirement of new personnel here to submit a range report, so here is mine, hope it is acceptable: Took my M9A1 to the range today for the first time and brought along my Walther P99 for comparison. Initial shooting was done at approx 40 feet. Accuracy and tightness of...
  14. Tactics and Training
    Ok just returned from the first night of begginer's competition handgun. My draw is imeasurably better (as basicly i had no idea of form before) though i have to work on indexing as i tend to need to readjust my grip going from position 2 to 3. One question i had for all of you, our instructor...
  15. 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.
  16. M, C, L and S Series
    Does the Steyr M series have a second-strike/DA capability? Thanks ind advance.
  17. M, C, L and S Series
    i've cane down to these 2, had xd9, 24/7, G19 eliminated now down to these 2 and leaning towards the M9. i was wondering how the 2 compared in shooting? the M9 is about $100 cheaper on CDNN (counting hi-cap mag) but i was wondering about the rails. do u need an adapter to mount a laser/light on...
  18. M, C, L and S Series
    Hi everyone from the newest "newbie". I have been thinking about picking up a Glock, but the CDNN deal on the M9 has got my attention. I can't find any Steyrs in my local area, so I can't go try one before I buy. So I need some help. How do the two guns compare in trigger pull, accuracy...
  19. 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...
  20. Anything Else
    my local FFL while he was doing the transfer on my S-9 started tempting me. He offered me a XD Sub compact for dealer cost because he ordered it for a guy who backed out and stuck him with it. Got it for $385 + tax which was exact 3 cents over dealer cost. I wasn't really planning to buy one...
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