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Old 02-15-2012, 05:34 AM   #1
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M looking at the stag arms model 3. Any thoughts our experience with this rifle?? thanks!



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Old 02-15-2012, 07:23 AM   #2
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Stag makes decent gear especially for lefties.

Personally I'm not a fan of the rollmark, but they make decent shooters. For a wee bit more money id look to a Colt. Have you priced a Spikes for about the same cash?

What's you intended use? Ranges? Primary ammo? Budget?



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Stag makes decent gear especially for lefties.

Personally I'm not a fan of the rollmark, but they make decent shooters. For a wee bit more money id look to a Colt. Have you priced a Spikes for about the same cash?

What's you intended use? Ranges? Primary ammo? Budget?
I'm looking on using it for some long range target shooting. I like the 5.56 so that's my primary ammo. And I would like to keep the cost under 1,000
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Um what's long range to you......1000 yards? 1 mile?

200 yards 400 yards?

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If your wanting to push the limits range wise w/ an AR you might want to look into 1:8 Wylde chambered AR.

I think Stag came across our little site and has been trolling. Do people not take the time to read other threads titled the exact same thing?

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If you looking at something for long distance I suggest a longer barrel 20-24" with as tight of a twist as you can get IM thinking thats about 1:8- 1:9 on a 24" barrel so you can use a heavier gr bullet

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I think Stag came across our little site and has been trolling. Do people not take the time to read other threads titled the exact same thing?
Interesting observation......
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The truth, if your looking to shoot 200-400 yards you are perfectly fine with a AR-15, and you want to got with a 1/7 twist to shoot a heavier grain round. A 16 inch barrel will be fine. The true spec for a AR 15 for targets and range is 800 meters for an area target. At this meter or yardage you round will impact the general area of the target. The range for a point target is 550 meters , this means you can consistently put a group within 5 inches of a target at that range. Im sure any other Marine could testify to that.



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