Steyr S and M series keys

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Guest, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Just in case any of you all are lucky enough to have a Steyr USR or AUG in addition to your fine pistol, I just figured out that the Steyr pistol lock key is pretty much identical to the Steyr Aug sight adjustment tool!

    Good thinking, Steyr!

    -RAJ
     
  2. Flashpoint

    Flashpoint New Member

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    L-I-B :wink:

    I wish I was one of them there lucky ones.
     

  3. uncowboy

    uncowboy New Member

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    Steyr also has a handcuff key adapter. It is a very inexpensive conversion. I plan on doing to mine to have something different. J.Michael
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    When I first saw this tread title I thought it was about violent sex play using your pistol... :twisted:
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Well, I DO like to keep my pistols tightly bound up in black leather....

    -Raj
     
  6. ministerofdeath

    ministerofdeath New Member

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    Nice.


    I think the only way any of us will own a Steyr AUG-A3 is in our dreams or if we get a Class III firearms license. I've talked with alot of guys on the forums over one militaryphotos.net about the AUGs and there are some serious fans of that rifle out there. I'm still holding out hope that some how...some way...the Steyr AUG-A3 will be made available for civilian sale.
     
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I was actually talking about the older AUGs - I have a USR which is effectively an A2, albeit with a girly grey thumbhole stock, and the safety key is identical to the scope adjustment tool.

    The USR, IMHO is the best deal in the AUG family - you can find one brand new (or like new) for waaaay less than a standard AUG, and you get all of the plusses of the A2 version (roller bolt, folding handle, removable optics, upgraded firing pin), and the only shortcoming is the stock, the flashhider, and the fact that you have to install your own quick release button. None of those shortcomings was a deal-breaker for me, and honestly, the USR with a 16" barrel is shorter than the AUG due to the lack of a flash suppressor. If you are a shooter vs a collector and you want an AUG, the USR is a great choice.

    -Raj