Steyr Arms AUG A3 M1 Series

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Steyr's AUG A3 is easily one of the most recognizable firearms in the industry-and, admittedly, the new M1 series doesn't look extraordinarily different. The perks it's going to deliver, however, are something to pay attention to.

The AUG A3 M1 series, which should be available later in 2014, will feature a rail system that can be integrated with an optic or adorned with any variety of picatinny rail-friendly accessories. A quick-release button is also being incorporated, along with a detachable sling swivel.

Multiple stock colors will be available, including black, green and tan.

Get a closer look at the latest addition to the Aug line with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to SteyrArms.com.

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