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The new MANNLICHER DUETT is the first combination rifle (rifle/shotgun) from STEYR MANNLICHER.
Pure Luxury is the freedom to choose among many attractive options. You will appreciate exactly this dimension in the new MANNLICHER LUXUS.
High reliability, long service life, maximum precision and convenience of use, are only a few of the characteristics of this bolt-action rifle from STEYR MANNLICHER.
Mannlicher Classic Light
The MANNLICHER CLASSIC LIGHT is the ideal combination of a classical hunting rifle and lightweight (less than 3 kg).
Mannlicher Pro Hunter
Thanks to its user-friendly design with its tough synthetic stock and SBS-system with the three-position safety, the MANNLICHER PRO HUNTER is one of the most modern hunting rifles.
Mannlicher Pro Varmint
The MANNLICHER PRO VARMINT is a new development of STEYR MANNLICHER, which combines high fire rates with the proverbial precision of STEYR MANNLICHER. Thanks to that it's the ideal rifle for Varmint shooting, training and competitions at the shooting range.
Mannlicher Big Bore
STEYR MANNLICHER is proud to present the first bolt action rifle in calibre .450 Marlin. Thanks to the new development from STEYR MANNLICHER, the MANNLICHER BIG BORE will be available with a 3+1 round magazine, and combined with the HC-Kit, with a 7+1 round magazine.
Due to its short overall length of just 98 cm (38,6") and the low weight with approximately 3 kg (6.6 pounds), the MANNLICHER SCOUT is the perfect rifle to be utilized universally.
Mannlicher Pro African
The new MANNLICHER PRO AFRICAN is the ideal rifle for heavy duty! Unique features of the MANNLICHER PRO AFRICAN include black soft-touch, fibreglass reinforced ergonomic stock, providing great confidence and handling and silent movement in through heavy bush, and Tactical bolt for easy follow up shots.
Mannlicher Pro Alaskan
A rifle for the real hunter - the new MANNLICHER PRO ALASKAN! Unique features of the MANNLICHER PRO ALASKAN include cold hammer forged stainless barrel and system, and a camouflage soft-touch, fibreglass reinforced ergonomic stock, providing great confidence and handling and silent movement in through heavy bush.
Steyr SSG 08
A new milestone from the developers of STEYR MANNLICHER! The new STEYR SSG 08 is the ultimate rifle for every sport shooting purpose!
Steyr Elite 08
Now also available! The STEYR ELITE 08 with aluminium folding stock. The rifle has the same features as the brand new STEYR SSG 08 but is based on the STEYR ELITE system with long picatinny rail on the housing.
Steyr SSG 69
The SSG 69 line of rifles, including the STEYR SSG 69 PI and the STEYR SSG 69 PII, mirrors many years of STEYR MANNLICHER's firearms manufacturing experience.
Steyr SSG 04
The STEYR SSG 04 is an excellent choice for law enforcement, or other security forces, due to its extremely high precision, and utmost reliability.
Steyr SSG 04 A1
The STEYR SSG 04 A1 is a slightly modified version of the professional model. With a long rail Picatinny system, adjustable cheek piece and butt plate, high capacity magazine and a muzzle brake developed by STEYR MANNLICHER it has every technical detail required for precise results.
The STEYR ELITE began a new era of precision rifles. Its ultimate accuracy, modern safety standard, and ergonomics, satisfy even the most demanding rifleman.
Steyr HS .50
The STEYR HS .50 opens a new era of long range shooting. The cold hammer forged barrel provides excellent accuracy at an effective range up to 1500 m.
Steyr HS .50 M1
The STEYR HS .50 M1 is the evolution of the well known STEYR HS .50. but the 5 round magazine makes the rifle even more powerful.
Steyr HS .460
The STEYR HS .460 features a cold hammer forged fluted barrel with the original hammer stamps, adjustable bi-pod, and a highly efficient muzzle brake, which reduces recoil substantially to increase shooting comfort.
Steyr AUG A3/SA USA
The STEYR AUG A3/SA USA is the civilian Version of the world-famous STEYR AUG. It is a gas-operated semi automatic rifle with a picatinny rail (Mil. Std. 1913 rail) which allows quick attachment of various optic devices.
STEYR AUG/A3 SA NATO
The famous STEYR AUG/A3 SA is now available in a version that accepts NATO standard magazines!
Steyr Pistol C-A1
Finally, the compact features of the S-A1 series with the full size grip of the M-A1 series has been blended to make a new compact carry pistol.
Steyr Pistol M-A1
Pistols created since 1912, in the house of STEYR MANNLICHER, are famous all over the world for their futuristic design, superb ergonomics, absolute safety, and extraordinary precision.
Steyr Pistol S-A1
The successor of the STEYR PISTOL S now available in the new version: STEYR PISTOL S-A1. New features of the STEYR PISTOL S-A1 include an ergonomical improved grip with picatinny rail and a conversion kit for 9x19, .40S&W.
Since the 14th century, the city of Steyr (Upper Austria) has been a center for metal working, and is particularly known for manufacturing firearms. In the middle of the 17th century thousands of muskets, pistols, and carbines were produced annually for the Imperial Army.
Josef WerndlJosef Werndl came from a family firmly anchored in the firearms craft. After his father's death, the 24-year-old Werndl took over the factory’s management, together with his mother. He modernized the enterprise by applying new step-by-step production techniques that he became acquainted with, during his apprenticeship in the United States.
On April 16th, 1864, Josef Werndl founded the "Josef und Franz Werndl & Comp. Waffenfabrik und Sägemühle in Oberletten" (Josef and Franz Werndl & Partners), from which later emerged the "Österreichische Waffenfabriksgesellschaft", and subsequently the Steyr Werke AG and Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG, from which STEYR MANNLICHER was a division.
The Breech Loader
Werndl-rifle Mod.1867"Österreichische Waffenfabriksgesellschaft" made the first breakthrough with the breech loader, designed by Werndl, together with his foreman Holub, and the famous Werndl-rifle with the “tabernacle action” was born.
Starting in 1867, hundreds of thousands such rifles were delivered to the Central Army Administration of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. During these boom years, up to 6,000 workers were employed in Steyr, and production exceeded 8,000 rifles per week.
A New Steyr Bolt Action Rifle
Ferdinand Ritter von MannlicherIn 1885, a new Steyr bolt action rifle was accepted by the Austrian Hungarian army, which became a sweeping success. It was designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher (Knight of Mannlicher), who in due course was to become the head designer of "Österreichische Waffenfabriksgesellschaft". In 1889, the number of workers surpassed 10.000.
Josef Werndl died unexpectedly at 59-years-old, on April 29, 1889, but this event did not impact the continuous popularity of Steyr’s firearms, worldwide. Rifles with the Mannlicher systems design were produced in the millions, not only for the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, but also for many armies in Europe and overseas, as well as for the civil market.
The Mannlicher Schönauer Stutzen
Mannlicher pistol model 1905Shortly before the turn of the century, Mannlicher designed, together with the "Österreichische Waffenfabriksgesellschaft"-director Otto Schönauer, another new bolt action rifle, which was destined to become one of the most successful hunting rifles in firearms history. Its precision, durability, optimal handling, and reliability, plus a graceful outline, made the Mannlicher Schönauer Stutzen (full stock rifle) a worldwide sales triumph, which lasted for decades. The Mannlicher pistol model 1905, and the Steyr pistol M.1912, became milestones in auto-loading pistols technology, which was first applied in 1890.
Steyr Weapon Hall
Otto SchoenauerBefore World War I, the weapons factory in Steyr was one of the largest, most productive and most innovative factories in the world, for product development and production of small arms. Between 1912 and 1914, a huge new factory was built in the city of Steyr, since the dated facilities and its equipment did not correspond to the demands for an up-to-date production.
The capacity was enhanced just in time. At the beginning of World War I, daily production output amounted to 4,000 firearms. In addition, bicycles for the military, and aircraft engines were manufactured as well. The employees’ number exceeded 15,000.
During World War I, the Steyr Weapons Hall was built at the Steyr factory. It was designed and built in the Nordic architectural style. It was later moved, in its entirety, to the new plant. The new plant is now located near the city of Steyr. Show cases, which are recessed into the hand crafted wooden walls, display a 140 year representation of STEYR firearms.
Steyr Weapon Hall
With the treaty from St. Germain, following the end of World War I, the firearms production in Steyr was nearly prohibited, and in 1918, the company faced bankruptcy. In this crucial situation, management decided to convert the machinery into the production of cars. Later on, when firearms manufacturing restrictions loosened, firearms production was revived, in co-operation with the Swiss weapons manufacturer Solothurn AG. However, after the end of World War II, the production of firearms again was prohibited.
General Mark Clark
General Mark ClarkIn 1950, the production of hunting rifles continued, thanks to the approval of the US High Commissioner, General Mark Clark. The famous Mannlicher-Schönauer full stock rifle experienced a renaissance.
The re-emergence of the Austrian Armed Forces in the Second Republic was simultaneously also the base for a new start of the military weapons production. Over a long period of time, the main product was the assault rifle “StG 58”, made under a firearms license agreement.
The Steyr Mannlicher Hunting Rifle
In the sixties, the Steyr Mannlicher hunting rifle was developed, and featured new and innovative construction details, such as the synthetic rotary magazine. Thanks to the rifle's extraordinary precision and reliability, it soon became a major player in the market.
STEYR AUGIn the seventies, Steyr opened up new dimensions in the military firearms development as well, and developed a new assault rifle in a "bull-pup" design, utilizing extensively synthetic materials, and an integrated fixed optic. This example of a new and modern generation of assault rifles was launched in Austria under the name “StG 77."
The export version became the AUG – “Armee Universal Gewehr” (Universal Army Assault Rifle). Remarkable success was achieved by licensing its production in Australia and Malaysia, as well as by exports to Ireland, New Zealand, Tunis, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the USA.