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Steyr Monobloc


Bolt-Action Hunting Rifle


Austria | 2019



"The Steyr Monobloc bolt-action rifle is a top-flight solution for the modern game-hunter."

Physical
The physical qualities of the Steyr Monobloc. Information presented is strictly for general reference and should not be misconstrued as useful for hardware restoration or operation.
1,125 mm
44.29 in
O/A Length
610 mm
24.02 in
Barrel Length
8.38 lb
3.80 kg
Weight
Manually-Actuated Bolt-Action System
Action
308WIN; 30-06 SPR; 270 WIN; 300 WIN MAG; 375 HHMAG; 308 WIN
Caliber(s)
3- or 4-round detachable box magazine.
Feed
Over-Receiver Optics Supported.
Sights
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Steyr Monobloc Bolt-Action Hunting Rifle family line.
Monobloc - Base Series Name; various chamberings, barrel lengths, and finishes available.
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The Steyr "Monobloc" is a bolt-action hunting rifle offered by the storied firearms concern of Steyr-Mannlicher of Austria. On the whole, the rifle is of conventional form-and-function, bringing together modern elements and the proven hunting rifle design approach - a key quality being inherent modularity: the basic design (made up of the stock and trigger unit with leather inlays and spacer) can be re-barreled to become six different forms supporting the calibers of .375 H&H, .300 Winchester Magnum, .30-06 Springfield, ,270 Winchester, .270 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, and .308 Winchester Compact. Additionally, the over-receiver mounting system allows for a variety of optics to be featured while the trigger unit is exchangeable and the shoulder pad adjustable.

Due to the available chamberings and barrel lengths, the rifle can see an overall length anywhere between 38.8 inches and 44.3 inches. As such, weight also varies between 7.8lb and 8.4lb depending on the configuration.

Externally, the rifle has a traditional design configuration which sees a shoulder stock integrated with the pistol-like grip handle and a wooden forend is featured under the barrel. Heavy-duty metal components are inlaid and includes the barrel assembly which protrudes a short distance ahead. Under the forend and shoulder stock sections are sling loop positions. The trigger is underslung at the action and has an oblong ring to better accept a gloved finger; the magazine well set just ahead. Feeding is by way of a 3- or 4-round steel detachable magazine. The bolt handle sits over the right side of the receiver in the usual way and must be manually actuated to clear the chamber and insert a new cartridge from the magazine. The stock is available in a synthetic finish (four colors available) or lightweight wood (this with its own various finishes). Visual customizability of the rifle is such that the product can have its cheek rest, handgrip and forend pad changed out to a sand, brow, black, or orange finish - completing any color combination in-between.

According to Steyr's marketing materials, the rifle's barrel construction incorporates the same steel process used in the German Army's "Leopard 2" Main Battle Tank (MBT) (detailed elsewhere on MilitaryFactory.com). It can be capped with a suppressor.

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Operators
Global customers who have evaluated and/or operated the Steyr Monobloc. Nations are displayed by flag, each linked to their respective national small arms listing.

Contractor(s): Steyr-Mannlicher - Austria
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Image from official Steyr-Mannlicher marketing materials.

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