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Steyr Arms SSG69 PII 308 Winchester, $1899

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The SSG69 PII offered sophistication and simplicity. The long barrel helps produce additional velocity, favoring longer-distance applications.

Steyr Arms SSG69 PII 308 Winchester, $1899

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Thanks to three removable shims, length-of-pull adjustment was substantial. But shorter mounting screws would be necessary for securing the buttpad at minimum length.
The two-position safety featured separate contours for pushing forward to Fire (shown) and pulling back to the Safe position. The red dot signifies the Steyr is ready to fire. Note the removable scope mount secured to the top rail with two set screws to the rear. Another pair of screws was seated at the forward end of the mount.
The Steyr trigger was adjustable for weight of pull via a screw mounted behind the trigger. Slack, or take up, could be adjusted by turning the screw located on the upper face of the trigger.
The removable box magazine fit flush with the receiver, thanks to its compact rotary design. The clear end cap offered a quick visual check of capacity.

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