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Old 09-30-2012, 03:14 PM   #1
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My new stag model 3 with the Eotech

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Old 10-02-2012, 12:25 AM   #2
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beautiful, im partialy to stags.. looks like it shold treat you nice. we are awaiting a range report asap!

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Shot great for the first 75 rounds then it stopped ejecting it would extract but not ejecting so I took it home and tore it down to find the ejector pin stuck in the down position it took about 2 hours of soaking in wd-40 befor it popped out I lubed everything and worked it for a while and I seems to be fine now but we will see when I go back out Thursday

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Shot great for the first 75 rounds then it stopped ejecting it would extract but not ejecting so I took it home and tore it down to find the ejector pin stuck in the down position it took about 2 hours of soaking in wd-40 befor it popped out I lubed everything and worked it for a while and I seems to be fine now but we will see when I go back out Thursday
dont be afraid to contact stag if problems continue. they have lifetime warrenty and pretty decent customer service.
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Yeah I will but think it could have just been the rifle breaking in the pin felt real sticky but now it's a lot smoother

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Sounds like you ran it dry, or it was used well and not cleaned properly? But I may be wrong. Either way, if its a manufacturer's defect Stag's CS is great!

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Well the gun was brand new so it wasn't dirty but I did break it down and oil it befor going out I hat think the oil may not have worked down into the ejector pin hole as well as it should have



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