Do I intend on shooting it? Probably not.Interesting rifle i did not know existed. I have an SSG 82 with matching scope. Do you intend to shoot this. The SSg was styled by some as an east german police or secret service urban warfare rifle.
the weakness in our rifles!The dealer selling this one said it looks unfired? but , he couldn’t guarantee it. The listing said had handling marks. Well, see I guess.
There is most definitely a connection between the two guns. Both made by Steyr.Do I intend on shooting it? Probably not.
The SSG-69 is made in Austria. No connection to the SSG-82 .
Conversion(Styria Arms Steel SSG 69 trigger guard/mag well with AICS-pattern mags), plus rail. about $600 , but worth it. The original plastic magazines can be problematic. Accidentally got some CLP on a 10rd mag and it went FUBAR.Shoved another one in too briskly at a match and tabs the hold it in place broke off.5 round mags are o.k. These rifles are definitely not modern (but then neither am I) but they do shoot.Is that one of the original box mags or do you have the AI mag conversion ?