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STEYR LP10E . Created: 6 Oct 2011
The Steyer LP10E comes with the standard pistol case and now includes a plastic box for the supplied tools.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The Steyr LP10 E has an electric trigger with the operating batteries hidden behind this removeable plate.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The LP10E looks similar to the LP10 that is still a current model but with a more normal mechanical trigger.
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STEYER LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The trigger area differs from the LP10 and no ball race can be seen from outside.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The LP10E has a Spanish made grip that was inspired by the rapid fire pistol grips also made by this Spanish manufacturer.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The cocking lever is shown here in the open position ready for loading.
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STYER -LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The Spanish made LP10E grip is secured by a single screw.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
A side profile of the LP10.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
A more detailed shot of the left hand side of the pistol.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The 3 venting holes can be clearly seen in this picture in the centre of the machined channels cut into the barrel shroud.
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STEYR LP10E Created: 6 Oct 2011
The 8 port ventilated muzzle brake that was first used on the LP10E is shown here