Stag Arms Model 3G

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posted on July 7, 2014
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When the Team Stag Arms 3-Gun shooting was formed a few years ago, the manufacturer decided to produce a rifle that had the broadest appeal for this specific competition. What they came up with is the Stag Arms Model 3G.

The rifle features an 18″ stainless-steel, fluted heavy barrel with a rifle length gas system. The Stag Arms Super 3Gun compensator reduces recoil impulse, allowing for fast follow up shots. Aiding in accuracy is the Samson Evolution handguard, which is free floating and modular, allowing the attachment of rail sections or sling mounts along the handguard. This also grants the shooter the ability to mount accessories as needed but not be burdened with a full quad rail. The trigger is a Geissele Super 3-Gun trigger, developed specifically for 3-Gun competitions.

The buttstock and pistol grip are from Magpul, featuring its collapsible ACS buttstock. 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.

And although the rifle was designed for  3-Gun competitors, its appeal is not limited to this group. The rifle can and will appeal to anyone looking for an accurate, reliable, and modular AR-15 rifle.

MSRP: $1,459

MSRP with Dueck Defense RTS: $1,659

For more on our latest Gun of the Week, watch the video below, hosted by American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach:

Technical Specifications:

18-inch stainless steel fluted heavy barrel with a rifle length gas system, 5.56 NATO chamber, and 1/8 twist rate.

Stag Arms Super 3Gun Comp

Samson 15-inch Evolution free-float modular handguard with three rail attachments included.

Geissele Super 3 Gun (S3G) trigger

Magpul ACS buttstock and MOE pistol grip.

Optional Dueck Defense Rapid Transition Sights (RTS)

Further Reading:

Stag Arms Model 3G & 3GL 3-Gun Competition Rifle

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