Steyr / Glock Complexity

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Sinjin, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. Sinjin

    Sinjin Guest

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    I was just wondering how difficult it is to work on a M9-A1 as compared to a Glock. I have taken apart my friends Glock several times, so I am sort of familiar with the difficulty level. Is the Steyr more or less complex inside?
     
  2. Garys4598

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    You need to open up the Home page of this website (https://www.steyrclub.com/index.php) and read all the Tutorials / Articles / Manuals for the Steyr MA-1 series pistols. Since you already have experience and knowledge with the Glock format, you will likely quickly discern that the Steyr format is a bit more complex; more parts!
     

  3. Syntax360

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    The link Gary provided will be the most helpful in deciding for yourself how difficult your M-A1 will be to work on, but FWIW I had zero troubles disassembling mine and putting it back together and it was the first (and only :shock:) firearm I had ever completely taken apart.
     
  4. m00t

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    Also FWIW, I took mine down completely on the night I got it - sear mechanism, firing pin, extractor - everything. My only other experience is a ruger 10-22, but I still got everything back together fine, even after going to a friends house for dinner while it was still torn apart ^_^

    I gotta say I love the whole idea of having a steel subframe...
     
  5. Shooter

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    It is a bit more complex, but not difficult and the instruction provided on this site are excellent and the advise/help if you got stuck would be here, so give her a go.............