Stag Arms

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Re: Stag Arms

Postby jack111 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 5:18 pm

Stag Arms is a fantastic manufacturer. I've bought two rifles from them myself. My brother in law enforcement told me he would buy one if he wasn't required by his district to purchase a Colt. I keep my rifles clean and I have never seen a stag jam.

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Re: Stag Arms

Postby goaliegibson » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:17 pm

Jim Street wrote:Looking at getting one to hunt todays super animals, like the flying squirrel or electric eel?

They're also good for spelling out things, and ringing in the new year.

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Re: Stag Arms

Postby Zeppelin » Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:03 pm

What kind of ammunition are you folks using? Just any .223 or the military grade stuff?
How many more times....

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Re: Stag Arms

Postby Sparky » Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:05 pm

For general plinking n fun, any ar would work for me.
For the serious stuff, only DIEMACO/Colt Canada. That's a biased opinion though as it is all I've ever used in my military and police career. Based on handling commercial RRA, Armalites and especially bushmasters, the C-8 is a superior rifle in fit finish reliability ect. That's why foriegn militaries and even elite units such as the SAS have purchased the rifle.

However, the Colt LE6290, STAG, And LMT are excellent, and IMHO are would be my first choice if I could'nt have my C8A2.
I really want as colt but the price here in Canada is almost double what a Stag or LMT cost.
Guess i'll stay with the mini for now. A poor man's AR.
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