Stag Arms New Model 3T and 3T-M Tactical Rifles

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posted on November 7, 2013
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Stag Arms has introduced two new tactical rifles: 3T and 3T-M. The company worked with multiple law enforcement agencies to make sure the rifle features and configuration matched the newest tactics.

The 3T rifle features a 16-inch free-floated government profile barrel with a carbine length gas system. A DiamondHead USA handguard and flip-up front and rear sights are also included. The handguard is free floating and modular, allowing for the attachment of rail sections or sling mounts.

The 3T-M and 3TL-M have the same build as the 3T, but also include an upgraded buttstock, pistol grip and sight set.

Specifications:

3T & 3TL

16" government profile barrel, 5.56 NATO chamber, and 1/9 twist rate

A2 flash hider

DiamondHead 13.5" free-float modular handguard

Mil-spec trigger

Carbine buttstock and A2 pistol grip

Diamondhead polymer front and rear flip up sights

Right Hand $999 Left Hand: $1019

3T-M & 3TL-M

16" government profile barrel, 5.56 NATO chamber, and 1/9 twist rate

A2 flash hider

DiamondHead 13.5" free-float modular handguard

Mil-spec trigger

Magpul ACS buttstock and Magpul MOE pistol grip

Diamondhead aluminum front and rear flip up sights

Right Hand $1160 Left Hand: $1180

For more information, visit Stagarms.com.

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