With a design that deviates from the norm, Steyr has made a worthy contribution to polymer pistols with a follow-up to its popular M series, the Steyr C9-A1.
Steyr Arms will offer a limited run of factory camo-dipped Scout Rifles for 2015, with three new camo patterns: Early Fall, Mid Fall and Late Fall.
Steyr Arms is giving the Scout rifle a new look with an expanded color scheme that includes black, olive drab green, “Mud” brown and of course, grey.
In a move that will please all of today’s bullpup enthusiasts, Steyr is announcing an updated AUG M3 A1 with a modular optical rail system.
Here Jerry Miculek proves if it’s possible for a Jerry Miculek to shoot as well as the people in “the Walking Dead.” Hint: he does.
Restaurant owner Doug Stewart serves up grits, gravy and biscuits in his Elberta, Alabama eatery while open carrying his 9mm Sig
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.
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.
That’s a lot of John McClanes.
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.