Gun Tests review a host of 9mm Pistols in their November 2016 issue. The Steyr S9-A1 was graded 'A' and a 'Best Buy' for this
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Steyr is well known for its AUG and other sporting rifles, but did you know that Steyr is top of the class in pistols as well?
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.
Austrian autopistol packed with performance! The outstanding ergonomics of the Steyr Arms C9-A1 pistol make it one gun that can satisfy numerous roles for a variety of shooters.
New 9mm that straddles the line between a full-size duty pistol and concealed carry gun!
In 2001, I had an opportunity to evaluate the Steyr M9 9mm pistol. First released in 1999, it caused quite a stir with its racy lines and space-age sights. The M developed a small but loyal following over the next few years. The M40, in 40 S&W and the M357 in .357 SIG followed the 9mm model. In many ways, the M series was similar to the Steyr AUG.
Ergonomics is most often associated with describing automobile interiors, but in the case of Steyr’s revised M-A1 and S-A1 pistols, it’s a good word to use because it applies to the way this gun fits the hand.