Moi j'ai juste trouver la difference entre STR et SHR
- Citation :
- The SHR model is marketed as "Lightweight Tacticla Rifle", while STR is addresed as "Long range Tactical Rifle". The STR model, has McMillan stock
et les guidelines pour les USA, franchment je crois qu'ils ont changé les noms au fur à mesure de la production.... et que ce qui change c'est les canosns, fluté, lourd, annelé, avec ou sans frein de bouche, et les bipieds avec ou sans. Ensuite le type de crosse bois, synthétique et les montages lunettes
SHR970 and STR970
Both rifles use the same SHR action. The only difference between the two is that the SHR970 comes with a choice of either a wood or synthetic stock (believed to be a Bell & Carlson) while the STR970 has a McMillan stock (similar to an A3) and a heavy-fluted barrel with an integrated muzzle brake. Interestingly, some STR970's were made with receivers marked "SHR" instead of "STR".
SIGArms imports the SHR 970 from Swiss Arms Neuhausen, a SIG Holding AG related entity.
SIGArms imports the STR 970 from Swiss Arms Neuhausen, a SIG Holding AG related entity.
SIGArms stops importing the 970 series and disperses remaining SHR/STR inventory throughout North America.
Lay-offs announced at the Swiss Arms Neuhausen factory, regular production of the 970 ends; replacement parts (including barrels) still being made as of FEB/2008.
SIGArms changes its name to SIG-Sauer.
While not widely-known, there are many choices from 2-pieces to picatinny rails.