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    The Deer of Stag Arms.


    Who is this STAG?

    Hart Ford = Where the Stag crosses a river.


    It gets around.


    Stag Arms rifles are 100% Manufactured in the USA. Other than the plastic and some springs, all Stag Arms parts are made in-house in New Britain, CT, USA. Hartford County is the heart of American M16/M4 manufacturing, and Stag Arms come from a corporate history of over 35 years as a leading Govt production manufacturer.
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    Coooooooool...

    Any 4R's coming in?
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    still waiting for a left hand AR15 in a 14 to 16 inch barrel!
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    I was once spending obsessive amounts of time looking for Stag images online from which I could compile a family &/or corporate crest. I think coats of arms have some interesting significance and meaning, so I figured on modifying our existing family crest which features a Stag with a sprig in it's mouth to include a few other things of significance for my personal family crest. The Stag Arms stag is one of the best ones I've found; and it was in my vault on 2 previous occasions on a 2T then a 6R, sadly not presently though.

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    with no brow tines and the typical V's in the antlers I will say it's a mule deer that the owner shot :D Everytime I see the logo I wonder why they used a mule deer and not a stag

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    Why no Stag Swag? t-shirts hats etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeEnfieldNo.4_mk1 View Post
    Coooooooool...

    Any 4R's coming in?

    I placed a pre-order for a 4R last week. I was told they should be here in March

    Jay

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    We have the 4R in M16A4 configuration in production now.

    These will be the only 4R configuration available for Spring 2012. We did the Govt Profile, taper to .625" under the hand guards last spring and the DMR profile, .80 under the HG, last fall. Both reportedly shoot very well.

    We seem to have 50/50 demand between the two with military/le shooters. There is a debate to be had?
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