Article written about the Steyr Arms Training Academy by Jay Langston from Tactical Life Magazine, March 2019 Issue.
Zephyr II Gray's Best - Gray's Sporting Journal - January 2019
Magazine article on the Steyr Pro THB in Tactical Life August 2018 Issue
Steyr Zephyr II Article in American Hunter August 2018 Issue
Magazine article on the Steyr Arms CL II SX in Whitetail Journal: June 2018 Issue
Article featuring the AUG A3 M1 & 40th Anniversary STG 77 SA
This article from the Marine Corp Times covers a guide for 2017 Sporting Rifles. It reports on numerous guns straight from SHOT Show, including the Merkel MHR 16.
The Steyr AUG A3 M1- The untimate bug-out bullpup
Taking the guesswork out of long-range shooting with Steyr's SSG 08 and U.S. Optics' New LR-17.
Both the World War II-era Steyr-produced MP40 submachine gun and the Steyr AUG modern combat riﬂe introduced comparably revolutionary reﬁnements into the art and science of gun making.
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.
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.
Our resident sniper trainer wrings out the newest bolt-action sureshot that’s packed with shooter-friendly features.
From the bench the rifle was accurate to just over 1 moa so long as we fed it the right ammo. Some loads, however, produced groups four or fives times that size.
Today, it seems everything can be deemed tactical—knives, vests, boots and even pants—as military and police equipment trickles down to civilian markets. This includes Integrated Tourniquet System pants and shirts, quick-attach mounts for optics and flashlights and adjustable, ergonomic firearms like the Steyr Elite 08