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Keefe Report: Welcome to the AUG Pound

Different folks say it different ways, but “Awg” seems to be the most common outside of Birmingham, Ala., where Steyr Arms opened a new headquarters last year.

Steyr AUG/A3 M1

The A3 M1 is available in two stock varieties—the traditional version, which uses Steyr’s proprietary “waffle-style” polymer magazines, and the NATO version, which accepts the widely available STANAG magazines.

Steyr’s Sweet New Home in Alabama

With its move to a spacious and modern complex in Bessemer, Ala., Steyr Arms signals just how bullish it is in selling its high-end guns to American shooters.

Bullpup Domination?

Bullpup rifles have become one of the hottest classes of rifles these days? Why? Keefe looks into the background of the bull pup and thinks popular culture might have had a hand in the bull pups success.

Steyr Arms AUG A3 M1 Series

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.

Steyr AUG/A3 SA USA

The long-awaited semi-auto version of the Armee Universal Gewehr is now available.

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