Some MA1 pictures

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by wpdleo, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. wpdleo

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    New in the boxes

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    Installing M6X tactical light

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    M6X tactical light

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    Sexy looking baby

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    Even hotter

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    New and untouched

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    With M6X IR tactical light installed

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    Suppressor ready

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    Table full of new toys

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    Suppressed
     
  2. Wulf

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    Hmmm...

    Where's the stocks? Where's the grenade launchers? Where's the 100 rd drum mags? :shock: They take credit cards?... gold teeth? :twisted: Nice pics *leo. 8) Hava great weekend.

    Wulf <-- drewlin' over soooo many NIB unconverted M357-A1's 8)
     

  3. Syntax360

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    Wow - that sure is a lot of M6X's! :shock:

    Also, never seen that style safety on the M-A1 - very cool.

    What type of suppressor are you guys using?

    And I suppose the laser is to supplement the short iron sights not being able to see over the can?

    Great pics!
     
  4. Thunderbear

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    What the hell.. did they change the slide lettering again?

    And these pistols look like they're being prepared for issue for duty, are they being adopted by some agency?



    Either way, killer pictures. Thanks.
     
  5. IlovemyM9

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    Looks like a Brügger & Thomet Impulse II-A to me.

    Great pictures!
     
  6. West01

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    Whoaaaa! Great post Wpdleo.!

    My lower jaw just fell to the ground......

    :D

    West01
     
  7. mugdava

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    Hey Wpdleo!

    That's an fantastic sight, all those suppressor ready M-A1's! That's more M6X's than I've seen in one place before. Do all of those M-A1's have Hogue rubber grips? :shock: Are the threaded barrels factory or aftermarket?

    Thanks for posting the great picks! :D
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    mugdava
     
  8. wpdleo

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    The pistols came out of Steyr like that. We requested the pistols come with the rubber grips and threaded barrels. Steyr was very pleasant to work with and they install the grips for us at the factory. Yes everything is factory.
     
  9. wpdleo

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    You are right. The cans are B&T.
     
  10. Very Nice.

    Steyr MA1s with threaded barrels, B&T Suppressors, and M6X Light/Laser attachments...you guys have good taste.

    Thanks for the pictures.
     
  11. Syntax360

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    But again - who are they/you? What nationality?
     
  12. Gray_Wolf

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    +1?

    I’m not aware of any LEOs/Military/ Special forces using Steers... :?


    btw looks like you picked the right caliber 8)
     
  13. BulletBait

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    It looks like the safety button is much wider [​IMG]
     
  14. I agree this could have solved some of the issues some folks had with the M-series safety that by some reports would break, although my M-40 is still solid as a rock.
     
  15. BulletBait

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    My old M9's is too far in for me to use quickly without shifting my grip / and or fumbling.
    That new one looks like it would solve the problem.
     
  16. xjrat

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    Uh Wulf look again the slide says 9x19 doesn't that mean 9mm not .357?
    Also are those really m-A1? because they don't say A-1 on the slide I know
    we don't see the other side of the gun but the safty in the trigger guard
    isn't on any a-1's is it? If so is it only an other than U.S. Market thing?
    And where is wpdleo from? the man of mystery 8)
     
  17. Wulf

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    Hiya *rat :)

    The grip frame assemblies are the same for all M-A1 models. All ya need for all them M9-A1's is a shitload a M357 bbls and M357-A1 slide assemblies to convert all them M9-A1's to M357-A1's. And that's a pretty damn good place to start, IMHO. :twisted: Savy? :wink: Hava great weekend, Bro. :)

    Wulf
     
  18. xjrat

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    Hiya back wulf,
    I just reread your fist post and I missed the "uncoverted" .357's part, Gotch ya.
    but what about my ?'s of those being A-1's with the safty in the trigger guard?

    and about the great weekend bro part, I am working today but tomorrw I am
    hoping to go to the range so that sould at least be good :wink:
     
  19. Syntax360

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    Why do you think they are not? It is an A1 frame, and we've known for some time that A1's typically come with manual safeties outside the US. They only import A1's without manual safeties because of all the frivolous lawsuits in our country. However, I do believe one or two has made its way stateside with a safety after a letter was written to Steyr waiving liability. Never seen a picture of one, though?

    Perhaps this agency/group request Steyr do something to make the manual safety more accessible? They accomidated the Hogue grip request - it's not unreasonable to believe they'd do something with the safety for a large order.
     
  20. Shooter

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    Doesn't look like a military setting. Looks like a gunshow......with uniformed booth people..