Steyr M9-A1 Pistol Available in OD Green

posted on July 6, 2017
OD Green has been a staple color on Steyr Arms' polymer furniture for nearly 50 years—in particular the AUG rifle—and now, thanks in large part to the overwhelming number of requests from U.S. shooters, Steyr has added the M9-A1 pistol to its lineup of firearms to boast the finish.

The M9-A1 is the full-size offering in Steyr's pistol line, featuring a 4" cold-hammer-forged barrel, a high grip and an extremely low bore axis that mitigates muzzle rise, as well as a grip angle optimal for a natural point of aim. On the bottom of the frame's dust cover is a Picatinny rail for mounting a light or laser. An integrated trigger safety with a Reset Action System trigger requires positive finger pressure to operate, and also incorporates a keyed safety lock.

MSRP: $560

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