Stag Arms Introduces 3-Gun Competition Rifle

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posted on September 23, 2011
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The Sport of 3-gun continues to grow, and Stag Arms has introduced an out-of-the-box rifle designed specifically for 3-gun competitors.

The Model 3G provides shooters with a rifle that is ready to just install their optic of choice and start competing. Working with its newly formed 3-Gun shooting team, Stag Arms determined the features and configuration that will have the broadest appeal and use in competition. With this rifle, competitors are able to produce fast and accurate shots from close to long range as is needed in 3-Gun competitions.

The 3G features an 18-inch, stainless-steel fluted heavy barrel with a rifle length gas system and the new Stag Arms 3G compensator, which reducesrecoil impulse for fast follow up shots.

The barrel is free-floated and come with a Samson Evolution handguard that allows the attachment of rail sections, accessories and optics. The trigger is a Geissele Super 3-Gun trigger, which was specifically developed for 3-Gun competitions. The buttstock and pistol grip are from Magpul featuring their collapsible ACS buttstock that provides a comfortable cheek weld along with storage and their MOE pistol grip that provides a solid and secure grip. The rifle also is available with optional Dueck Defense Rapid Transition Sights (RTS) which are offset iron sights that are used for close in shots.

For more information, go to theStag Arms website.

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