Steyr 9mm Highcaps

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Kokitron, May 23, 2007.

  1. Kokitron

    Kokitron New Member

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    Can anyone of our fine members point me to a good source of HC magazines in 9mm. I'm hoping for something around $20...
    I know there have been some posts but cant seem to find them.
    Thanks
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  2. Syntax360

    Syntax360 Premium Member

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    CDNN and OnPoint ($22) are the first two places I would check for normal capacity magazines.
     

  3. matt13

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    :D Clap, Clap, Clap
     
  4. Kokitron

    Kokitron New Member

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    Normal capacity!

    Thanks Syntax,
    Cdnn has the (seems like exclusevly) for $29.99 + $10 shipping
    On-point is out of stock....
    Any other leads?
    K
     
  5. SELFDEFENSE

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    Gun shows are another (usually cheaper) source.
     
  6. Syntax360

    Syntax360 Premium Member

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    Steyr mags command a king's ranson at gunshows in my area. I don't get it - it's like those idiots who are still trying to sell their M[9/40]A1 on GB for $600. I saw one this morning that came with something like 10 mags and was $900 BIN :shock:. WTF?!

    Perhaps post a WTB thread in one of our For Sale forums? There are usually a few forum members who wouldn't mind parting with a few...
     
  7. madecov

    madecov Active Member

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    None of the regular wholesale distributors have anything Steyr at the moment.
    CDNN is really the only source.
     
  8. posterboy7

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    I didn't know about CDNN until I discovered Steyr Club, which was after I paid just over $500 OTD for my M40-A1. I would feel pissed except I really can't since I supported my local gun shop and that feels completely worth the extra $$ to me.

    Some people just don't know that a NIB M-A1 can be had for around $350. Plus, prices on GB tend to be unrealistically high anyway.