Introduced just last year, the L-A1 is an updated version of the M-A1 with an extended 4.5-inch barrel. Previously it was only available in 9mm. Read more
The German rifle maker Anschutz announced plans to expand operations in the United States by opening its own facility, Anschutz North America, ending relations with Steyr Arms.
Born out of sober, Austrian Cold War preparation, if there was ever a rifle that turned heads and divided the opinion of the gun world, it is the-futuristic-is-now Steyr AUG. Love it or hate it, this inviting 5.56mm bullpup has indeed dug its way to respect in some of the most unlikely parts of the world. Read more
Steyr Arms is updating their L-A1, for use with .40 S&W and .357 SIG. The gun has been available in limited quantities in 9mm since mid-2013. Read more
Steyr has announced that their newest full-size handgun, the L9-A1, is after a long wait, now shipping to distributors. An addition to their M-series, the “long slide” L9 has an extended 4.53-inch barrel. Read more
In the clutter of Mausers, Mosins, Springfields, and Enfields, one humble rifle often sits quietly on the bargain shelf at many local gun shops: the nearly forgotten M95 Steyr-Mannlicher bolt action rifle. There is a reason or two for this. Read more
Long before Gaston Glock stopped building curtain rods and moved on to polymer pistols, the Austrian firm of Steyr was producing eye-popping handgun designs for the turn of the century regular. Case and point, the oddball M1912 pistol. Read more
The Steyr Mannlicher M-A1 is a medium-frame semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W.… Read more