Sorry, but I'll have to contradict you on this matter.Amy said:Trust me, they don't answer their e-mails or phone messages. It took me MONTHS of work to be able to sell Steyrs once they quit using GSI as their importer.
AMX said:Nick, get a grip on reality.
Steyr can't do more than they do.
Take the Spanish example: The guy wanted AUGs in a non-standard caliber (for AUGs. None that I know of have ever been made in anything other than 223).
That means retooling.
Do you think Steyr has a lot of extra production lines just lying around?
They'd have to expand.
To sell guns that are controlled by our materials-of-war laws to civilians in Spain (read: without an end user certificate).
The numbers they set were probably what was necessary to actually make any profit.
Another thing: You stated above that Steyr calls people exporting AUG parts "arms trafickers".
Now get this: Under Austrian law, that's what they are.
Not to mention your super-intelligent comment that they "only like the american firearms market as long as they can make a buck off us".
That's how business works, you dolt. Do you seriously expect anyone to just give you your toys for zero profit?