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Old 12-31-2009, 2:44 PM
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Default Steyr M-A1 series almost gone...

Just a heads up for those of you who know about these pistols...

Dunn's Sporting Goods is the only place I have found that will ship these pistols to us here in California.

I just picked up another one for the wife and was told by Lauren Dunn that they only have a 2 or 3 9mm left! The only bad part is they come with 12 round mags and they will not ship them to us in California. But for $399.00 + $25.00 for shipping I am not that concerned about 2 mags (stocked up a long time ago when CDNN has them for $12.00).

So for those of you in the know, the time to act is now.
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Interesting design, I'm not doubting its performance or quality but I'm not so sure if I'm a fan of the style.
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Old 12-31-2009, 4:16 PM
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Shot one once, and you will see the difference immediately.
Best ergo's of any semi auto pistol I have ever shot.
YMMV of course, but I have changed over quite a few glockOholics.
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Ugly as sin but fits in the hand like nothing else.
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Not to mention being the easiest pistol to clean I have ever shot. Just pull out the trigger group, spray down with brake cleaner, wipe down, re-spray with clp, re-insert and good to go. I love mine. Bummer Steyr gave up on the US market with em. Talk about your half-hearted efforts though...
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I used to make fun of my Mom's in 9mm (she uses it as her CCW piece). Then I saw her shoot the thing and feel the ergonomics. Cool gun, but even uglier than a Glock.
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I have one of the 2004 transitional M9s. M9 slide, on a M9-A1 frame with rail, but with the M9 trigger guard manual safety. A combination of the best features from both models.



The Steyr M's are a great gun with a cult following. Since no more will be imported for the foreseeable future since Steyr's announcement in Jan 2009, they WILL be worth more than the $399 Dunn's is asking for them.
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What's with all the "ugly" comments? Beauty is in the eye of beholder. I for one think M-A1 is the best looking polymer pistol out there.





Steyr M40A1 is one of my favor pistol, I will get another M9A1 before I get another HK.
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I love the way this gun looks but MY gun was the worst performing polymer auto i owned. Absolutely horrible. First it was ejection problems, then double feeds, then slide locking open issues. After the third time back to the factory (and 3 or four extra mags from steyr as a whoops) i gave up on it and sold it on gunbroker. Steyr did take care of the issues each time, but there are no parts in the US so it took forever to get it repaired and sent back. Its an interesting design and ergonomically superior to anything else i have held or fired but ran like pure shiz. The sights are an interesting concept as well. Bummer because i loved the feel of that gun and recoil even with hot 40's was mild.
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What's with all the "ugly" comments? Beauty is in the eye of beholder. I for one think M-A1 is the best looking polymer pistol out there.
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What's with all the "ugly" comments? Beauty is in the eye of beholder. I for one think M-A1 is the best looking polymer pistol out there.
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What's with all the "ugly" comments? Beauty is in the eye of beholder. I for one think M-A1 is the best looking polymer pistol out there.
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No ugly gun in this thread.
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Just bought a Steyr M9-A1 in transit to my FFL
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what is an M9-A2??

I love shooting the M9
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what is an M9-A2??

I love shooting the M9
No such animal. The M9 (40 & 357) - A1's are a newer model of the M9 series.
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No chance I'll give up my M40A1.

Still looking for the elusive M357A1 to add to my collection
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Just bought a Steyr M9-A1 in transit to my FFL
Good choice. You won't regret it.
I have a M9, but now I wish I had also bought a M40-A1 when I had the chance.
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Good choice. You won't regret it.
I have a M9, but now I wish I had also bought a M40-A1 when I had the chance.
better act fast they fall off list this month. If i had funds i would buy one the S9-A1 and M357
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better act fast they fall off list this month. If i had funds i would buy one the S9-A1 and M357
M9A1 is much better than the S9A1. Good luck finding a M357A1
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Reminds me alot of the Walther P99. Now that is a pistol!
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12 rounds of 9mm? Is it smaller than a softball or something???
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M9A1 is much better than the S9A1. Good luck finding a M357A1
there is one on gougebroker right now.
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M9A1 is much better than the S9A1. Good luck finding a M357A1
Corbin,
Finding an S9-A1 is like finding the the Unicorn that crapped magic on your front lawn.

Side Note: Wife just drilled the HSC (100%) and is now in the 10 wait hell.
The guys at the shop could not put it down. That is until I zip-tied the frame and put it in the safe.

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there is one on gougebroker right now.
Link please?
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Finding an S9-A1 is like finding the the Unicorn that crapped magic on your front lawn.

Side Note: Wife just drilled the HSC (100%) and is now in the 10 wait hell.
The guys at the shop could not put it down. That is until I zip-tied the frame and put it in the safe.

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Hey Mike,

I just found a Unicorn and he was crappin magic in the calguns for sale forum...

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=238467
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Link please?
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http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=152818264


I saw this about 5 minutes after I posted it was hard to find a M357A1
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Hey Mike,

I just found a Unicorn and he was crappin magic in the calguns for sale forum...

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=238467
Almost Corbin (I saw Lunde's ad a while back)
Notice the difference...

The S9


And the S9-a1


I stand by my words, find the unicorn... and i'll pick up the magic in your yard for free.

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http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=152818264


I saw this about 5 minutes after I posted it was hard to find a M357A1
Corbin,
GREAT find for those who are interested. The real deal and only $380.00 with no reserve. For those of you in the know, this is a STEAL!

I had the chance to fire one of these little known secrets just a few weeks ago. The grip was even chopped to use S mags. INCREDIBLE little pistol.
He may even drop in a show you a picture or two...

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ACTUALLY it looks like a walther pps...



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Almost Corbin (I saw Lunde's ad a while back)
Notice the difference...

The S9


And the S9-a1


I stand by my words, find the unicorn... and i'll pick up the magic in your yard for free.

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I've seen a LOT of Steyr's and of all the people in my circle of gun nuts, when the Steyr name comes up, they all point to me.

Ok, what's the difference between the S-A1 and M-A1? I mean other than the forward safety and the grip texture...

To me, the pic looks like a M9-A1 with the early saftey.
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I've seen a LOT of Steyr's and of all the people in my circle of gun nuts, when the Steyr name comes up, they all point to me.

Ok, what's the difference between the S-A1 and M-A1? I mean other than the forward safety and the grip texture...

To me, the pic looks like a M9-A1 with the early saftey.

The successor of the STEYR PISTOL S now available in the new version: STEYR PISTOL S-A1

An overview of the advantage to the old model:

* Ergonomical improved grip with picatinny rail
* Conversion kit for 9x19, .40S&W
* Low profile like on the series M-A1 therefore you have nearly no muzzle climb
* Increase of function safety in the calibre 9x19 thanks to a new clearance
* Possibility to mount a sling on the grip
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Corbin,
GREAT find for those who are interested. The real deal and only $380.00 with no reserve. For those of you in the know, this is a STEAL!

I had the chance to fire one of these little known secrets just a few weeks ago. The grip was even chopped to use S mags. INCREDIBLE little pistol.
He may even drop in a show you a picture or two...

Regards,
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As rare as M357-A1's are, that's a steal!

Here's a couple of pics. First, a range table w/ a couple of Steyr pistols:


Second, My chopped grip M357-A1:

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My favorite polymer gun i own. most comfortable and most accurate. I own Glocks, M&Ps, Xd's, XDm's, Sigs, CZ's, EAA's.. and im probably forgetting some. But my Steyr is amazing, and when people put their hands on it they go "Oooooo". Instant love. Got mine as a discontinued model at Cabela's for $329.99 approx 6 months ago. best buy i have ever made.




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I called all three Dunn's locations. THESE ARE ALL GONE! So if you want a Steyr, good luck finding them. The pop up here and there on sights like Gunbroker, but $399 for a NIB Steyr from Dunn's was a great deal.
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In March last year, I put up an ad on CG for a small number of Steyr M's being offered by a FFL in Alabama who sold me my M9. Check out the $399 .357 SIGs: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...hlight=steyr+M

I'm not sure how many CG'ers ordered from him in response to this ad, but he sold out in less than two days.
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That M357A1 on gun broker sold for $595!!!

Good for the seller, bad for me.
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I just picked up two more of these from T&A Armory (1 for me, 1 for the boss). Anybody know if there are any more out there?
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