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Old 04-26-2013, 11:35 AM   #1
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Any Steyr fans? I picked one up this week. A C9-A1.


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Old 04-26-2013, 11:51 AM   #2
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That's sharp looking. Interesting grip -- web of hand seems very high and trigger finger would be angled down. And Steyr quality...

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It feels great in your hand and the trigger was reworked from previous models and is a very easy 4lbs and breaks with a 'click' and not a 'sproink'. I love how it comes apart and it seems well made and well designed. I'll post later, after I shoot it. I'm a Glock fan, have 2, but if this thing shoots well I might convert. I have high hopes.

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Looks awesome!

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I've been kind of interested on how they perform.
How are those sights in acquiring the target?

Have you been to the range and can do a range report?

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Dang that thing looks trippy. Guess I just don't like Austrian guns.

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Yikes..... I think I need to cuddle up to my Mosin now.......

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Yikes..... I think I need to cuddle up to my Mosin now.......
That reminds me, I keep my mosin next to my bed and wake up with my hand on it sometimes.
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If only they would sell one without a magazine disconnect. Looks good, congrats.

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Any Steyr fans? I picked one up this week. A C9-A1.

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I like those trapezoidal sights. How are those working out for you?
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