STEYR MIA AND M-9 EXTENDED THREADED BARRELS

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by DEREK, May 9, 2006.

  1. DEREK

    DEREK New Member

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    I am one of the newbie members. My first new Steyr will be inbound
    as an M1A. As a HK and SIG Suppressor shooter I was looking for other platforms and found in Germany that Steyr makes an extended and threaded barrel for the M-9 and MIA series in 9mm Para.

    I contacted Steyr USA and spoke with Jack Riddle. He was unaware of the barrel but did contact the factory on my behalf to confirm. Next day he sent me an email with the PN and cost. For all of those that do not know about this here is the info.

    PN-39020-10006 Cost- $158.00 plus $8.50 shipping
    Delivery takes 4-6 weeks as the order is sent with the regular gun shipement.

    Send inquiries to jriddle@steyrarms.com or mail a check to Jack Riddle
    at SAI Box 2609 Cummings, Ga. 30028.

    Threading is the same as the HK UPS and SIG pattern. 13.5 I think.

    If this was covered already in another past thread then consider this to be
    old news.

    Glad to be on the forum.

    Derek. :idea:
     
  2. Tweakmeister

    Tweakmeister New Member

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    Derek and I have been chatting a bit this morning, as we are both members of Silencertests.com.

    I have a message into Jack about obtaining S9 threaded barrels and will post up the info once he gets back to me.

    Any other suppressor-equipped Steyr shooters around here? 8)
     

  3. Syntax360

    Syntax360 Moderator

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    Wow - that seems like a REALLY great deal. This just might be what it takes to convince me to go through the ATF hoops.

    Thanks a LOT for the info!!! Greatly appreciated :D
     
  4. DEREK

    DEREK New Member

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    Once you get your first suppressor you will know why its worth the ATF paperwork, $200.tax stamp and $500. can price.

    The Steyr 9mm got a great write up in comparison to some of the other pistols with a lot more name recognition but less features. Author liked it the best between Glock , SIG and HK in the comparison tests.

    The silencer shoot here in Ga. was great......no ears and lots of firepower. I ordered my .223 suppressor that day from TROS. In 3-4 months the can and paperwork will be done and I can shoot my new SIG 556 without ear protection.

    Derek.
     
  5. Thunderbear

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    I wouldn't recommend that. The most you can hope for is 40db reduction, and that is still within the danger zone.
     
  6. FightDesigner

    FightDesigner New Member

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    Hm, interesting... I've actually been wanting to find a way to get a restrictor on an M40 for use with blanks. This might be the first step.
     
  7. Tweakmeister

    Tweakmeister New Member

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    Jack hasn't replied back to me in 3 weeks...sounds like Steyr is a little slow with getting the right info.
     
  8. DEREK

    DEREK New Member

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    Tweak Meister- I heard from Jack last week on the ETA of the barrel in 2-4 weeks. Might give him another try or call him at the main Steyr number. Once I get the barrel I will send some jpegs and a report out.

    Derek.
     
  9. FlaChef

    FlaChef Guest

    I got the impression that Jack was more of an over the phone kinda guy :wink:
     
  10. DEREK

    DEREK New Member

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    Ref- Jack- He has done what he said he would do.......check the PN on the extended barrel which he admittedd he had not known about and then order the barrel for me..........try getting that from Glock, SIG or HK.

    He may be busy......will drop him an email today and advise.

    Derek.
     
  11. Guest

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    What kind of hoops & expense must one go through to get a suppressor on their Steyr?

    Seems like it'd be pretty cool for home defense.
     
  12. Guest

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    Anyone know how long the threaded barrel is? Also, is it tennefir treated the same as the standard barrel that came with my M9-A1?

    I am interested in a compensator for it similar to what KKM offers for Glocks. Anybody know if the threads are compatible, or another compensator that will fit? Thanks guys.
     
  13. Guest

    Guest Guest

    So the barrel discussed above at $158.00 PN-39020-10006 is not from Steyr, but from IGB?
     
  14. Guest

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    I sent an email off to Jack Riddle with the questions. Haven't gotten a reply yet.
     
  15. Tweakmeister

    Tweakmeister New Member

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    Received a reply...sounds like calling is the easier way, but Jack's been straight shooter over email. No complaints!

    My suppressor is an AAC Evolution-9 with 1/2x28 threading. Steyr seems to only offer 13.5LH threading, which is the European standard (Brugger & Thomet is a popular Swiss maker of suppressors).

    If you're running the left hand Euro-style threading, the Steyr barrel is the way to go. I would recommend going with IGB if you need anything else.

    I know a replacement piston with different threading for the Evo-9 runs about $75, so it's a wash for me to switch when most of my other guns use the American style threading.

    You can see I included the price of a slide in my quote. My IGB barrel and M9 slide had a bit of an altercation...I would recommend having a smith make sure the barrel fits properly before firing. In my case, it was probably my fault and not the fitment, but for something so expensive, a little peace of mind goes a long way.
     
  16. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I got a quote for $241 also. What was the $158.00 barrel someone mentioned earlier? BTW it is tennefired and 115mm (4.53") long.