Ready to be a "Steyroid"

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by 10mm4ever, Jan 13, 2006.

  1. 10mm4ever

    10mm4ever New Member

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    I finally had a chance to fondle an M1A 40 at the gunshow last month....I must have one. I am a longtime Glockaholic, but this thing is a work of modern art. I'm in the process of trading off my beloved G-20 for one of these, wish me well!
     
  2. sewerman

    sewerman Premium Member

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    g-20

    welcome, the bug has bit , go ahead let the warm feeling of the venom
    seduce as it courses through your veins towards your unsuspecting heart.
    you can't go back.... succumb to the fact that you have fondled the best poly frame on the market. THE WEAPON WITH CHARACTER!!! :wink:
     

  3. 10mm4ever

    10mm4ever New Member

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    Simulacrum has his M40A1 down in the classifieds,and it looks like he's lookin for a Glock.....I smell a trade in the air. :D
     
  4. ScottW

    ScottW New Member

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    Welcome. Based on your moniker (same on GT, no?) I should warn you, there is no Steyr M10. But the .40 is close enough, right? :mrgreen:
     
  5. 10mm4ever

    10mm4ever New Member

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    Good enough for now. If Steyr ever decides to put this thing on steroids, and wrap it around the 10mm I'd be 1st in line though.
     
  6. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    while it may not be a 10mm if you want "hot" there is a .357 sig version (and barells to swap between .40 and .357)
     
  7. Thunderbear

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    Another victim claimed.

    Welcome to the cult.
     
  8. ministerofdeath

    ministerofdeath New Member

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    Yes, its a sickness being a Steyr fan. Soon, one pistol wont be enough you'll want the S-series or the soon to come SA1, but that wont help either and after awhile you'll be searching for Steyr Rifles for hunting maybe an AUG (God help your bank account).

    On a more serious note, this website has it all so take full advantage of the Steyr fanatics that love to answer any question about Steyr firearms. In the tutorials are some awesome step-by-step instructions on cleaning your new Steyr pistol. The Steyr is picky about ammunition so stay away from really dirty rounds like Wolf or questionable reloads. Other than that safe shooting partner.
     
  9. hiramabiff

    hiramabiff New Member

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    i've always thought that my Steyr was expensive until i bought myself a locally manufactured 1911, it was a cheap buy as I got it only at around $300 until I realized that reliability and quality are to be considered!

    Out of the box... nothing beats my M9!

    BTW, just found an A1 series down here in Manila... well I could still say that I'm still happy with the older version/model!

    Anyhow... will be saving some money for the A1 M40!

    Welcome to the club!