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Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Thunderbear, Aug 13, 2007.
saw one. How much they askin?
I see a couple Steyr's and a 5.7 pistol......
Which ones are they?
No idea, it's the first time I've ever seen a Steyr in a gunshop, in all my travels around NC, where there seems to be a concentration of Steyroids.
I just found the picture on the net and the Steyrs caught my eye.
The AR's stock is getting in the way...
They are fairly common around here at gunshops, though certainly more rare than glock, XD, M&P's, etc. Although, I do tend to see more original M's than M-A1's...
You need to come up to the middle of the state, Thunderbear. Though I didn't see an MA1 or any Steyr pistol until I bought mine, since then they've made appearances at two local gunshops, one in Southern Pines and one in Wadesboro. The gunshop in Southern Pines had just one, a M40-A1, and sold it quickly, but the Wadesboro gunshop keeps both M9-A1s and M40-A1s in stock for $375, or did the last time I was in there a while back. Now M357-A1s, that's another matter. Never seen another one but mine and it ain't for sale and won't be. :mrgreen:
Saw a used M9-A1 in a shop today. $275.00. I about dislocated my shoulder trying to get my wallet out. Then the guy working the counter turned the price tag over and said someone had already put a deposit on it. Oh well somebody go a good deal. It looked like it was brand new. Maybe next time...
Our shop currently has two M9-A1s and an M40-A1.
What's the rifle
What's the rifle and posterboy7, how much are they asking for the M40-A1?
Here is a new M40-A1 on GunBroker for $475. We sell MA-1s for around that.
As for the rifle, I can't tell the brand, but it is an AR with a Magpul PRS (Precision Rifle/Sniper) stock and some fancy target grip.