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Old 03-02-2011, 11:29 PM   #1
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Last piece of the package came in today, and I couldn't wait to get her put together, I think I will call it the 'yote reaper. Now I can't wait to take this piece of metal to the range to play and get you guys a range report. It should be interesting b/c Stag guarantee's 1/2 MOA with it. I made the mistake of telling my wife she can zero it last week, so I will have to watch. yes yes I already tried to talk her out of it but I don't think she is gonna back out of it. Oh well...I kinda like watching her shoot my guns anyways. Here is the specs


Rifle: Stag Arms Model 6, 24" stainless bull barrel with 1in8" twist, .223/5.56, Hogue grip, and Hogue forearm.
Glass: Vortex Viper 6.5-20x44 BDC, Butler Creek flip-ups
Mount: Burris P.E.R.P
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:31 PM   #2
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Nice looking stick
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'Yote Reaper looks like a sweet shooter and should be able to live up to its name without even trying!

Very Nice!!
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Great looking setup there!
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Nah. That ain't going to group for shi*ite. You should let me take that off your hands for you before the disappointment sets in.

Sweet looking SUR you got there brother. Looking forward to your Range Report.

I just love seeing our members with new Black Rifles. Ar-15 dot WHO?!?

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thanks, looking at the pics it looks like I shoulda went with a lower mount now.
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Great looking build. Nice to see someone think outside of the box, really nice!
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That is one pretty rifle you have there. Very nicely done.
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I love it. Love that 1/8, too. Good choice. You might need that scope height to keep a decent, usable cheek weld.
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Nice looking AR. I hope its a tack driver.
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