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Steyr AUG 9mm

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Steyr AUG 9mm

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The Steyr AUG in 9mm brings the many benefits of modular bullpup design to the subgun arena.  A simple change of bolt carrier assembly, barrel, and the addition of a snap-in mag adapter is all that is required to turn the versatile AUG into a formidable 9mm carbine.

The bullpup design allows for an extremely compact design utilizing a 16″ that is about the same overall length as other subguns such as the HK MP5 utilizing shorter barrels.  The increased velocity from the longer barrel results in very little, if any, drop at distances out to 100 yards when using full power 124gr. FMJ NATO loads.

 

The Steyr AUG in 9mm brings the many benefits of modular bullpup design to the subgun arena.  A simple change of bolt carrier assembly, barrel, and the addition of a snap-in mag adapter is all that is required to turn the versatile AUG into a formidable 9mm carbine.

The bullpup design allows for an extremely compact design utilizing a 16″ that is about the same overall length as other subguns such as the HK MP5 utilizing shorter barrels.  The increased velocity from the longer barrel results in very little, if any, drop at distances out to 100 yards when using full power 124gr. FMJ NATO loads.

The pictures below show the differences between the AUG 5.56 and 9mm components:

The 9mm barrel does not have the gas piston as the design is a straight blowback.

Here is a picture that shows the upper feed ramp on the 5th generation 9mm barrel vs. the 4th generation 9mm barrel.  The ramp allows for reliable feeding of hollowpoints and a variety of 9mm ammo

Note on the left the 9mm carrier has a slot for the shell ejector.  The cocking piece is also easily removed and not welded on the 9mm carrier.  On the right, you can see differences in the bolt itself, plunger on the 9mm carrier, as well as the extractor on the side of the bolt.

Frontal view of the 2 carrier/bolt  assemblies.  Note the notch for the ejector on the 9mm carrier.

The magazine adapter on the left is a 4th generation unit.  There is a bolt hold open device that is show actuated on the right but the plastic tab on the magazine follower on the rear back side of the 25 round magazines.

A comparison bewteen the 32 round MPi magazine and the 25 round AUG 9mm magazine.  Both will function in the 9mm AUG, but the bolt hold-open feature will only be activated by the 25 round magazine utilizing the plastic follower.  The 25 round magazines also incorporate count holes.  The magazine shown has the elongated slots while some other magazines simply have a few traditional count holes.  Currently (Q4 2001) the 25 round mags fetch about $75 each and the 32 round MPi mags are about $40 each.

Steyr AUG 9mm Specifications:
Description
The Steyr AUG 9 mm Para is a sub-machine gun version of the standard AUG assault rifle. It uses the existing stock and receiver units but is fitted with a new barrel of 9 x 19 mm Parabellum calibre, a special bolt group, a magazine adaptor and a 25-round box magazine.

Specifications
Cartridge: 9 x 19 mm Parabellum
Operation: blowback, selective fire, closed bolt
Feed: 25-round box magazine
Weight: empty, 3.5 kg
Length: 665 mm
Barrel: 420 mm
Rifling: 6 grooves, rh, 1 turn in 250 mm
Sights: integral x1.5 telescope
Muzzle velocity: ca 400 m/s
Rate of fire: cyclic, 670-770 rds/min

Manufacturer
Steyr-Mannlicher AG & Co KG

Postfach 1000, A-4400 Steyr.
Status
Available.

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