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With two new domestic manufacturers and the announcement that Steyr will resume production of the AUG in the U.S., the time is right for a review of techniques to employ the AUGRead More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

Return of the Steyr Aug

Jul 7, 2015 2:21:59 PM

Short, compact, odd-looking but distinctive, Steyr’s 5.56 mm AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr) has been the most successfully received of all the military bullpup designs. Adopted in 1978 by Austria, the AUG is the official arm of a number of countries, most notably Australia and New Zealand.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

Long-Shooter Showdown

Jul 7, 2015 1:22:48 PM

The Steyr Arms SSG69, Kimber 84M LPT, and Ruger Hawkeye Tactical rifle all hit their marks. Picking between them is a matter of choosing which features you must have to shoot only one shot.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

Mission-Specific: Steyr's SSG 08

Jul 7, 2015 1:15:56 PM

In 2009, Steyr introduced the SSG 08 bolt-action rifle as the answer to those requiring top accuracy from an out-of-the-box rifle. Clearly police and military agencies equipping specialized units benefit from rifles that are simply issued, sighted in, and deployed without needing any tweaks that might vary from one gun to the next. And while many of us civilians enjoy the process of tuning a rifle or finding just the right load, there are those who want a high performance rifle that works at its best, all the time, every time, right from the start--a rifle such as the SSG 08.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

STEYR HS-50M1

Jun 26, 2015 2:52:53 PM

Several years ago we had the chance to test the single-shot Steyr HS-50 and it was impressive. It was very accurate and possessed a pleasing quality feel,Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

Steyr M9-A1 9mm

Jun 26, 2015 11:05:54 AM

The Steyr M9-A1 packs 17+1 rounds of 9mm in a compact package with innovative styling and safety features. Shown here with the SureFire X300 WeaponLight mounted.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

The Steyr AUG A3 SF

Jun 26, 2015 9:53:46 AM

The Steyr AUG has proven popular with special operations units for a myriad of reasons. A bullpup design, it is as compact as a pistol-caliber SMG (sub-machine gun), yet packs the punch of the 5.56 NATO round. For personnel who parachute, rappel, employ small boats, or swim or climb to their AO (Area of Operations), compact is always better.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

The US Made Steyr AUG A3 SA

Jun 25, 2015 2:06:00 PM

Many readers may already be familiar with the Austrian AUG rifle (Armee Universal Gewehr, or universal army rifle). However, many may not yet know about the new and improved Steyr AUG-A3, a weapon manufactured in the U.S., thereby avoiding the import restrictions placed on foreign weapons.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

STEYR AUG A3 SA .223

Jun 22, 2015 1:28:01 PM

The Steyr AUG A3 SA USA is a bullpup design based on the original Steyr AUG dating back to the early 70s. Various versions of the AUG are in use by military, police and special operations units all over the world. AUG stands for Armee Universal Gewehr or in Yankee language, “universal army rifle.”Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander
Mike Powell receives a Steyr Half Stock Mountain Classic to test – and has a hard time giving it back. I have personally owned two Steyr rifles: the original Pro Hunter and a Pro Hunter Mountain. These were both synthetic models, and very good too. When the opportunity cropped up thanks to the Sportsman Gun Centre to try one of the latest half-stocked models, I jumped at it.Read More
Posted By Stephanie Haselwander

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