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Old 02-13-2012, 03:51 AM   #1
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Hey guys. I need some feedback on Stag ARs. I don't know anything about an AR and have considered buying one. Like if I decide to go w stag can it be functional out of the box or does it need to be modified or what? Is this a great shooting, and durable weapon?

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Old 02-13-2012, 03:56 AM   #2
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Hey guys. I need some feedback on Stag ARs. I don't know anything about an AR and have considered buying one. Like if I decide to go w stag can it be functional out of the box or does it need to be modified or what? Is this a great shooting, and durable weapon?
Which model?
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I've never really seen too many negative reports on them, people that own em seem to love em. Before i decided to build they were my first choice based on the layouts available and that lifetime warranty sounded pretty good too. I've never shot one so don't have much input there

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I believe the one I'm looking at is a model 1 but not sure

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Can you spend an extra $30? If so order a BCM upper and lower, then pin them together and you'll have an awesome AR.

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Hey guys. I need some feedback on Stag ARs. I don't know anything about an AR and have considered buying one. Like if I decide to go w stag can it be functional out of the box or does it need to be modified or what? Is this a great shooting, and durable weapon?
I have a stag model one and love it! Its a great shooting weapon with no problems at all. I realy can't say enough good about it.


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The Stag is MilSpec.

It's rugged, accurate, and reliable.

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The Stag is MilSpec.

It's rugged, accurate, and reliable.
I've heard plenty about Stag being rugged, durable and reliable, I just purchased a Model 1 myself. It's an excellent weapon for a newbie to ARs like me. However, on the Model 1 it does not have M4 feed ramps or a MilSpec barrel. The lower is completely MilSpec though.
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I've heard plenty about Stag being rugged, durable and reliable, I just purchased a Model 1 myself. It's an excellent weapon for a newbie to ARs like me. However, on the Model 1 it does not have M4 feed ramps or a MilSpec barrel. The lower is completely MilSpec though.
What did it cost you out the door?
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What did it cost you out the door?
$879 plus tax. Came with 1 30 rounder, hardcase and a lifetime warranty. Between the warranty and hearing great things about their customer service is what made me look at Stag.
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