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Hey Kahn, just curious, do you have any Mongolian in your blood line?
Reason I ask is because I do infact my family tree dates back to ( Temüjin )
Genghis Kahn. Like I said just curious.
 

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I wonder if Sabre is actually making them here or if these are Malaysian rifles with 922r compliance parts.
Not that it matters the Malaysian rifles should be just as good; Steyr won't put their name on it if it isn't top shelf in either case.
 

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The Steyr are the standard issue firearm here in Australia & New Zealand forces nowadays. Nice aren't they? I still miss the old L1A1 and L1A2 SLRs though; they were still pretty good for their age.

I believe they are manufactured in Australia as the Austeyr by Australian Defence Industries (ADI) at Lithgow, NSW. I suspect they only make them for military contracts though. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithgow_Small_Arms_Factory

Good Luck. If you get one, please do a review. Cheers Herne
 

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Hey Kahn, just curious, do you have any Mongolian in your blood line?
Reason I ask is because I do infact my family tree dates back to ( Temüjin )
Genghis Kahn. Like I said just curious.

Some, but you have to trace it back to a few Cossack families that fled the Ukraine to the US after the Russian Revolution, then trace back about 3 or 4 more generations to around 1297 and there are some known ties with the occupying Mongolian forces.
 
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