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Old 03-22-2012, 08:58 AM   #11
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The stagarms is the ar15 i assume.
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Yes, Stag Arms... Like this one, its the model 2

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OK, You say here in these quotes that you have an AR, 10/22 and 9mm and I think you are saying that you have 2000 rounds for each. then you say you have the Stagarms mod 1 with a 15" bull barrel.

I have no knowledge of Stagarms, and I do don't know what caliber it fires. I offer my ignorance.

I'm calling TROLLL!
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The Stag is my AR. I'm just asking for opinions.

Remember your the one that asked about my rifle, and ammo.

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Personally, I perfer both. There are some rifles that are made very well, and in large quanities like Mausers. An 7mm or 8mm mauser is a fine gun. (some more then others) and they are generally piced pretty low.

Wether or not Mosins are quality is up for debate. If you concider a rifle that shoots every time you pull the trigger, fires a decent round, and can have decent accuracy, then it is quality. If you concider quality to be under 1 MOA accuracy at 500-1000 yards, then it is not.

Enfields and Arsiakas are also well made, accurate guns. (Arisaka ammo can be hard to find at times)

If you are wanting something a little more modern, look into the Marlin x7 series. They are extremely accurate as they are. They also don't break the bank.

As for the election, I don't see all rifles becomeing hard to find. ARs, AKs, and SKSs can become a little harder to find (and they will get more expensive), but bolt action rifles tend to stay closer to their normal price.
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Quantity has a quality of its own.

It was the basis of russian military doctrine in ww2 and the theory that the americans and british used against german armor.

If you got 31 guys with single shot rifles against one guy with a full auto and only 30 rounds who wins....

There is a certain advantage to being able to arm your friends vs having one really good rifle.
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Yes, Stag Arms... Like this one, its the model 2

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Nice rifle by the way. I have the same green/black contrast on mine.
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Nice rifle by the way. I have the same green/black contrast on mine.
Thank ya sir :-)
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I like both. Who doesn't like quality and who doesn't like lots of it? You might want to think of getting a collection of spare parts together instead of getting another firearm. Become proficient w/ the Stag and have replacement barrels, bolts and such for when things need swapped out. I personally would start w/ a lighter profile barrel.
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I like both. Who doesn't like quality and who doesn't like lots of it? You might want to think of getting a collection of spare parts together instead of getting another firearm. Become proficient w/ the Stag and have replacement barrels, bolts and such for when things need swapped out. I personally would start w/ a lighter profile barrel.
I've been thinking aboout getting a lighter barrel, but my rifle isn't that heavy. Ived also put some thought to getting an extra BCG and lower parts kit.

Thanks for all the great advice guys!
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There is a saying that I believe applies the such discussions. "Fear the man that only owns one rifle."

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