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Thread: Metal Trigger Guards and AICS Mags for Steyr SSG 69 and Steyr Mannlicher L

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    Part of an email exchange from Styria Arms...

    Higher price than the trigger guards for Remington etc but it`s a patented item, milled from a block of solid steel, hardened like a Glock slide and the only available trigger guard for SSG69.
    All SSG69 owner are traumatized about breaking plastic trigger guards and mags

    In the attachment a picture. The original plastic trigger guards always break at the screws - then they loose their tension and the gun it`s accuracy. The recoil lug is in the rear so with every shooting the screw is hard pressed against the plastic by recoil.
    Worsed situation is with wooden stocks. There, first the plastic breaks, than the wood inside. And new stock for the steyr hunting rifles = carving and hand made = very expensive.


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    Nice. Looking forward to upgrading my 69
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel Rouser View Post
    How much fitting is required? Do I have to mill the stock?
    No fitting required ... dropped right into the existing inletting.
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    Since you guys are taking over for the Steyr Distribution, any chance of seeing the A2 MFs come in?

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    Any chance you can pull in spare original trigger guards as well?
    I add nothing to these boards.... infact, I detract from thier quality!!!
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    MDT AICS-pattern metal magazines are manufactured from high strength steel, nitride-finished and coated with Cerakote Elite for ultimate durability and performance.

    The short action magazines are offered for .308 Win and 6.5 Creedmoor family cartridges, and are available in 5-round, 10-round and 12 round capacity.

    The 6mm BR magazine is offered for the 6mm BR and family of cartridges, and are available in 12 round capacity.

    These magazines are designed with a unique Double Stack to Single Feed (DSSF) transition design for reduced overall height compared to the industry standard.

    The 308 based magazines are available with or without the front binder plate. See details below for benefits and limitations of each version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWS2K View Post
    Since you guys are taking over for the Steyr Distribution, any chance of seeing the A2 MFs come in?
    On order. Just awaiting our export permits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dosing View Post
    Any chance you can pull in spare original trigger guards as well?
    Already in stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Marksman View Post
    On order. Just awaiting our export permits
    Are you taking any orders on Steyr rifles?

    Glad to see someone is going to be importing Steyr again
    When all is said and done, A lot more gets said than done!!!

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