World Famous Steyr SSG 69 Sniper Rifle To Be Retired In 2015

STEYR SSG 69 PII 308 OD GREEN DOUBLE TRIGGER
STEYR SSG 69 PII 308 OD GREEN DOUBLE TRIGGER
Steyr Arms
Steyr Arms

TRUSSVILLE, Alabama –-(Ammoland.com)- The World Famous SSG 69 is set to be retired after 40 outstanding years in service, however we are pleased to announce that one of our distributors decided to buy 1,000 units before the production line stopped.

If you are interested in one of the last of these iconic pieces, you can contact CDNN Sports in Abilene, Texas at 1-800-588-9500 or online at http://www.cdnnsports.com/firearms.html?brand=1253.

The last 1,000 units were produced in 12 different models PII and PIIK (some are the first ever with threaded barrels). They will be offered in single trigger, double trigger, green and black stocks. They each come standard with a factory mounted 20 MOA picatinny rail.

Also, do not fear if you are the current owner of an SSG model, SAI will still both warrant and perform factory service on all models and have spare parts available.

STEYR SSG 69 PII 308 OD GREEN DOUBLE TRIGGER
STEYR SSG 69 PII 308 OD GREEN DOUBLE TRIGGER
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DTK
DTK
2 years ago

Are these PI a PII rifles from CDNN really in new (NOS) condition? I still can not belive that somewhere has been stock of 1000pcs unfired SSG69 rifles, which some of them were manufactured in 80′ ! Why this could not happened in Europe where I live? Dammned…I would buy at least 2pcs…

Hacksaw
Hacksaw
4 years ago

I have 3 ssg 69’s,2 P1’s and the last of the p2″s. One P1 is from the 70″s has a ZF69 scope and has over 25,000 rounds thru it, and can still hit a dime at 200 yds. Have shot against AI’s and will put this up against any of them. At this quality of a gun, it is now really the one pulling the trigger that makes the difference.

Adrian
Adrian
4 years ago

This is dumb because why would they discounted the famous rifle.

Pete Doimeadios
Pete Doimeadios
4 years ago

Sirs:
I have recently purchased a SSG 69 PI in 308 ( double trigger) black stock made in 1986. Since I am new with this rifle I would like to ask the forum a question. The screws in the trigger mechanism seem to have been taken out and replaced. they are both placed somewhat out and the front trigger is very very light. I would say less then a pound of presurre. Can anyone give me some advise on replacing these srews, or should i replace the srews or just turn them in??

Jerry Sullivan
Jerry Sullivan
5 years ago

as an addendum…. the first purpose-built military issue precision bolt gun designed for use with optics or the standard iron sights as provided on the original issue SSG-69 P1. The ScharfSchutzenGewehr model of 69, first pattern. An icon in the developmental history of modern military arms, and one of the finest precision bolt guns EVER!

Jerry SULLIVAN
Jerry SULLIVAN
5 years ago

I’ve owned and operated nearly every Steyr variant offered over the past 30 years, from the venerable SSG-69 service rifle to the current SBS/SSG-08 and even the ultra rare M300 CISM match rifle. ALL are of superior accuracy and quality, while the M300 ranks as the finest, most accurate 20 inch bolt gun I have ever operated. These rifles were employed by the Austrian Gendarmerie Einsatz Kommando (GEK) during my travels there with the old SuperSniperShootout crews of Autauga Arms in the late 1990s into 2001, and for 5 years the GEK teams were nearly unstoppable with their little M300… Read more »

Henry L. Appiano
Henry L. Appiano
5 years ago

Does it make sense to stop manufacruring a still requested product?
Henry L. A.