Overall, a very good weapon for free. Great range and accuracy, three shots to take down most zombies, and lots of ammo.
Although you may be tempted to stop using it after you get more expensive weapons, the Steyr M, which stands for Steyr-Mannlicher, can remain a usable weapon no matter what. The one thing you should be wary of is to not be too trigger-happy. Conserving ammo is always important, and due to its high firerate, you may want to, but you shouldn't.
An official statement released is as follows: "We want to make sure all survivors get the best starter weapons off of us. To prevent more casualties we are constantly improving our starter weapons, resulting in us making the decision to supply the Steyr M to survivors."
- It is best to fire in intervals than being trigger happy with this.
- Crouching and ADS'ing with this can enable it to use its full range, essentially making a pocket sniper.
- If you only have this weapon on hand, it is best to stun mobs first and fire onto their head in order to conserve ammo.
- The Double Equip system can be useful here in granting the Steyr M extra clips while you work on getting a Primary.
- This is the fourth mesh-based gun to be added in R2DA.
- As of v0.9.1, the Steyr M now has a reloading sound.
- If you land all 12 shots within a magazine solely in head shots, then it is possible to kill a Normal Brute on your own with only a single clip.
- According to PlaceRebuilder, the Glock 26 had to be removed due to Glock themselves requesting their products to be removed completely from ROBLOX games.
- Even then, the only real difference between these two guns are the aesthetics.
- The in-game Steyr M model is most likely the M40/M357 variant due to the 12-round mag.