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Steyr 9mm

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by elsullo, Dec 23, 2008.

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  1. elsullo

    elsullo Member

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    So, I have long been considering gettng a Steyr 9mm. What do Steyr owners have to say? I am grateful for Steyr owners' comments....................elsullo
     
  2. Shadan7

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    Discussion also in another thread, this comment is right on: http://www.thehighroad.org/showpost.php?p=5179841&postcount=2

    My response there:

    I would heartily recommend getting one from CDNN while you can at this price. I own two Steyrs, a S9 and an M357 - both excellent guns, easily half the price they should be on the market. They're just not well known.

    Cheers!

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  3. kartoffel

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    I have an M9-A1 from CDNN and it's top notch. Like Shadan7 says their quality is way more than the selling price. Best kept secret around.
     
  4. JHansenAK47

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    I got an M9 and have never had a problem with it that was the guns fault. I did however have a wolf 9mm rd get stuck in my steyr and my beretta cougar half way down the barrel. Both of which I know were caused by the ammo. Which makes me mad because I like wolf but will never buy wolf 9mm again. Because I can't trust it not to piss me off.
     
  5. ROCK6

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    I haven't picked up a holster yet, but I probably have close to 500 rounds through my M9-A1. It's really a nice pistol for the $$; mags are too expensive and it's been 100% reliable.

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    so how much are the m9-a1's on cdnn??
     
  7. salthouse

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    I have an older version S9. Its my winter carry gun. Accurate, dependable. Love it, wish I had another one.
     
  8. Shadan7

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    matai - about $330 currently, if memory serves. Price has fluctuated from $350 to $320 over the last five or six months. It's a steal at anything under $350, far as I am concerned.

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