the le lockout was able to be purchased seperately from usa steyr.. thats where i got mine... it does NOT come with a key.. just the lil plastic lock and a small spring. price was around 8.00 + shipping came to like 14.00 if i remember correctly.. usa styer "airgun express" were a bunch of thieves. the actuall key change out is not that difficult. you best bet for a steyr case and manual would be the new steyr contact/repair facility. where ever it is now loacted.ret_marine2003 said:I have a M-40 with the standard spanner key lock. My pistol was a display model and came without the key, case, manual, ect.
(It did come with night sites, a rubber grip, and three magazines.)
I would like the case and various other things that are missing, how do I purchase them?
Can the key/lock be changes easily?
Can the LE key lock system be purchased?
As always your information and advice is appreciated.
:?:ret_marine2003 said:Does USA Steyr still exist?
If so where and how do I contact them?
What is airgun express?
On a good note, I shot my steyr at the range today.
I like it, but it will take some getting used to.
I can make some tight groups and I always hit the target, but I need to become more familiar before it will replace my standard duty pistols.
---------------- I just bought a Steyr M40LE on Gun Brokers. I tried to use the handcuff key to lock my Steyr due to grandkids in the house that prowl around. The part of the lock that is pushed in and turned with the handcuff key is made of plastic and has messed up and now the key is not able to turn the lock to the safe position. My M9 is of the type that uses the little two prong key and I've never had a problem with it. Does anyone know how to get another lock part and if so HOW?madecov said:I have ONE of the LE lock conversions that was given to me.
I'm serioulsy thinking of putting it on the A1. Will be a great addition to the gun especially once I can qualify with it and carry it.
Now we need to get the folks at Steyr to push Safariland and Bianchi into duty gear.