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Thread: Stag 10 NR 18.5" chambered in 308... Its coming....

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    Quote Originally Posted by drift1122 View Post
    Anyone have a minimum tool list?
    Reaction rod/vise block, set of punches, screwdrivers, go/nogo guages, torque wrench, barrel nut wrench, castle nut wrench, Allen keys, moly grease, bench vise.

    That’s about it. Some people may forego the guages but I always use em. I have seen homemade vise blocks but the reaction rod is so much nicer. Ymmv

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    It seems like the ar15 multi tools are pretty common, does anyone know of a good multi tool that would work well on the stag 10’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    We have received pricing on the Stag 10 rifles in both left and right hand configurations. We also have pricing on BCG's, various accessories and NR barrels. We will update this thread and our website once we have complete specs and an ETA...

    Stay tuned...


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    Ya am I missing something or has there been zero update on complete rifles?
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    I'm just looking for a light barreled version or a Bare "bones" without a barrel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian46 View Post
    I'm just looking for a light barreled version or a Bare "bones" without a barrel
    So, a very very light barrel then?

    Joke's on me...I misread your 'or' as an 'of'...duh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian46 View Post
    I'm just looking for a light barreled version or a Bare "bones" without a barrel
    I’d prefer lighter as well. Although I wonder if taking the bare bones to a gunsmith and getting it turned down would be economical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leg View Post
    I’d prefer lighter as well. Although I wonder if taking the bare bones to a gunsmith and getting it turned down would be economical?
    Turning down an AR type barrel is pretty straightforward. Gas block toward muzzle, reverse in lathe, gas block toward breech.

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    Doesn't it heat the rebarrel and require a stress relieved afterward?
    I thougt fluting a finished barrel wasn't ideal because of this heating/stress issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildphil24 View Post
    Doesn't it heat the rebarrel and require a stress relieved afterward?
    I thougt fluting a finished barrel wasn't ideal because of this heating/stress issue.
    Material that has been stressed relieved can be turned down or machined without dimensions going. Most barrel blanks are rifled before turning. However barrels can be stress relieved, turned and treated so likely you would have warping if and post maching process were done. Depends on the barrel manufacturing and material. Krieger recommends to not go more then 2 profile sizes down.

    Frankly, If a new barrel is 400 dollars and you can sell the old for 200 then the new perfect barrel is 200 bucks. Unless you have a shop, 200 dollars wont last long if you are trying to have a whole barrel turned down for straightness then have it refinished. I have turned down some very high tolerance things before but a anneal process, or finishing operation and some machine time is a lot more then buying an new barrel. Not to mention how much can you turn it down and be safe.
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