Posted August 8, 2017 9:00 am by Comments

By Tactical-Life


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Steyr STG 77 rifle left profile
Steyr STG 77 rifle scope
Steyr STG 77 rifle charging handle
Steyr STG 77 rifle muzzle brake

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Photo by Steyr Arms

Photo by Steyr Arms

Photo by Steyr Arms

Photo by Steyr Arms

Photo by Steyr Arms

Let’s travel back in time to 1977. Jimmy Carter was in the White House, KISS was the biggest band in the world, the first “Star Wars” film had just hit theaters, and Steyr Mannlicher designed the short-stroke, gas-piston-operated Steyr AUG, which was adopted by the Austrian Army as its official battle rifle under the StG.77 (Sturmgewehr 77) name. Now, to celebrate the 40th anniversary …Read the Rest

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