they make great stuff the prices start at around $900. and they have a full lifetime warranty,they even cover barrel replacement when you wear the barrel out. I have never had any problems with them. I own 3 of there products. the fit and finish is top notch.
I picked up a 6.8SPC II complete upper assy made by Stag Arms. So far it's working great for me after I got the initial recoil buffer worked out. Now I just need to load more ammo for it so I can shoot it some more! The quality of it look as good as any other manufacturer that I've shot.
I bought one back in 2008 and love it. Zero malfunctions to date. When I was looking to by an AR, I wanted one as close to a run of the mill GI M4 as I could get and I feel like I got it with Stag Arms.
I bought a Stag stripped lower a few years ago when they were cheap.
I assembled a lightweigt carbine with Del-Ton parts and have never had any problems.
If I had to say anything negative, it would be that I don't care for the deer head logo.
I built a Stag Arms M-4 clone using a Rock River two stage match trigger and it is a fine shooting reliable weapon. Most folks don't know this but Stag Arms is owned by Continental Machine Tool Inc who make the parts for Colt, Rock River, S&W, Stag Arms, the government's M-16/M-4 program and others as well.
You guys are the best!! I bought a preban colt in 1986 and have never fired it. I have been looking to buy another AR and have been researching the other companies. I fell in love with the Stag. Thanks for all the input. Dom
The fact that they charge extra for this stuff is a whole other issue. Considering that you can get a Colt for just shy of $1000, I'd steer you in that direction, as it's a much better rifle for the money.
I built mine and love it. Until about three months ago it went on most of the search warrants I served. Ive never had a malfunction and train with it weekly. It still hits steel at 300 meters too even having several thousand rounds through it.
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