STAG ARMS 10S

Gun World - - Contents - By Richard Schutz

Stag’s new large-re­ceiver AR cham­bered in .308 is fea­ture rich at an af­ford­able price and of­fers con­sis­tent ac­cu­racy right out of the box.

Since 2003, Stag Arms has spe­cial­ized in left-handed AR-style ri­fles, although it makes right-handed ARs, too. Stag pro­motes its 100 per­cent Amer­i­can-made firearms’ value with a life­time trans­fer­able war­ranty and in­fi­nite shot bar­rel guar­an­tee.

At the 2017 NRA Ex­hibits in At­lanta, Ge­or­gia, Stag Arms an­nounced its foray into the large-re­ceiver AR mar­ket. The ini­tial in­tro­duc­tion com­prised the Stag-10S in .308 Win. and the Stag-10 in .308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor. OVER­VIEW Cur­rently, the Stag-10 ver­sion has an 18-inch bar­rel when cham­bered in .308 Win. and a 22- or 24-inch bar­rel when cham­bered in 6.5 Creedmoor. The Stag-10S fea­tures a 16inch bar­rel in .308 Win. and a 22-inch bar­rel when cham­bered in 6.5 Creedmoor. All ver­sions are of semi­au­to­matic, direct gas im­pinge­ment de­sign. In keep­ing with Stag’s his­tory of of­fer­ing left-handed mod­els, both the Stag-10 and the Stag-10S are avail­able in left- and right-hand ver­sions. Both Key­mod and M-LOK hand­guards are also avail­able.

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