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....cold as **** here but I'll be testing it at the outdoor range tomorrow! Joins the FN57 and Walther P22 in the range bag.....Looking forward to learning more about the gun on the forum...
 

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Hiya nicky* :)

an' welcome ta The Club, Bro. :thumbsup:

I haven't an FM57, but I do have a nice P22.

...and an M357-A1 and an' M9-A1 conversion kit.

I keep what I like, and get rid o' the rest.

I'll keep my Steyrs and my lit'l P22...and the .17 Mach 2 conversion bbl I got for it. Whatta rush!!! :thumbsup:

Take care, Bro.

Wulf <-- loves 'is lit'l P22 Mach 2 laser!
 

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Welcome to the SteyrClub!
 

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Been looking for a Steyr for some time, finally pulled the trigger (so to speak) and grabbed one. Interested to see what the recoil is like vs the FN57, as it is next to nothing....The Walther P22 is fun as hell to shoot too - got it for my girlfriend's first gun and I think I love as much or more than she does! I'll report on the Steyr after I hit the range this afternoon....heard the trigger is fantastic.
 

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Welcome to the club. Got a p22 myself. Gets lots of range time. Hard to not love shooting .22lr.
 

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It's official - sent about 80 rounds through the Steyr last night, bloody fantastic gun. Sights were amazing, recoil, feel, accuracy, everything. No feed issues for me. My buddy had never seen one (called it bad-ass) and wanted to get his brother out next time to fire it side by side with his bros Sigs, he was confident after fire the Steyr that it as a better shooter. Anyway, glad I copped one and looking forward to more range time....
 
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