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The major design is attributed to the three men - Horst Wesp, Karl Wagner and Karl Möser, who developed most of the rifle features.
From the Austrian Office of Military Technology the project was supervised by the Colonel Walter Stoll.
It also was widely purchased by various security and law enforcement agencies worldwide, including the US Coastal Guard.
Since the 1997, the Steyr-Mannlicher produced an updated version of the AUG, the AUG A2.
In around 2005, Steyr-Mannlicher introduced the most recent version of AUG, the AUG A3.
Click here to see the cross-section ofthe Steyr AUG rifle (58 Kb JPEG, will open in the new window) Caliber: 5.56mm NATO (.223rem) Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt Overall length: 805 mm (with standard 508 mm barrel) Barrel length: 508 mm (also 350 mm SMG, 407 mm Carbine or 621 mm LMG heavy barrel) Weight: 3.8 kg unloaded (with standard 508 mm barrel) Magazines: 30 or 42 rounds box magazines Rate of fire: 650 rounds per minute Effective range of fire: 450-500 meters with standard assault rifle barrel The Steyr AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr - Universal Army Rifle) had been indevelopment since the late 1960s, as a replacement for venerable but obsolete Stg.58 (FN FAL) battle rifles for Austrian army.
It was developed by the Austrian Steyr-Daimler-Puch company (now the Steyr-Mannlicher AG & Co KG) in close conjunction with Austrian Army.
Lower rail can be used to mount various attachments like tactical front grips, flash-lights, and a specially designed 40mm grenade launcher.