Which model Steyr

Discussion in 'Forum Issues' started by Dave K, Mar 14, 2020.

  1. Dave K

    Dave K New Member

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    I have a Steyr .223 rifle. I am trying to establish which model I have. Scout, Hunter etc. It has a synthetic stock and a fluted type barrel. At the moment it has a Schmidt & bender 8x56 1" Scope fitted.

    I want to Change the scope to a 30mm but the mounts fitted are peculiar ones to me. So I need to Change the mounts and don't know which to order.

    Any help appreciated
     
  2. Housertl

    Housertl Active Member

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    Does the stock have an integral bipod?

    what color is the stock?

    What may be the easiest and most sure way to find out is to email Steyr with the serial number.
     

  3. Dave K

    Dave K New Member

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    The stock is black synthetic. Not integral bipods. Barrel is a barley twist I have been informed.

    Do you have Steyr's email details ?
     
  4. Dave K

    Dave K New Member

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  5. Case

    Case Well-Known Member

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    Can you post a picture. Or send one to. [email protected]
     
  6. Housertl

    Housertl Active Member

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    That looks like a Pro Hunter.
     
  7. Dave K

    Dave K New Member

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    I have emailed the above link requesting model details via serial number, but not received a reply yet.
     
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  8. Case

    Case Well-Known Member

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    Just got up. And starting may day.
    I'll email you the information as soon as I get everything right.
    But for starters, it looks like a hunter or pro hunter.
     
  9. Case

    Case Well-Known Member

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    I Just email you . Tnsteyr
     
  10. Dave K

    Dave K New Member

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    I haven't received the email
     
  11. Case

    Case Well-Known Member

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    Just sent it.
     
  12. Big Bore Lover

    Big Bore Lover New Member

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    Those bases and rings look to be either Leupold or Redfield. Nothing special about them. 30 mm rings are easy to locate and buy. What you will need to address is what height rings you get in relation to the objective size of the scope.