Stag Arms of New Britain, Conn., opened shop as a maker of AR-15-type rifles back in 2003—specializing particularly in left-side-ejecting models in order to better accommodate the left-handed segment of the gun community—but it wasn’t until 2017 that the company took its first crack at the larger AR-10-style platform.
American Rifleman's Kelly Young joins the film crew to discuss a southpaw-friendly AR chambered for .308 Win.
It isn’t always easy being a lefty in a right-handed world, and the realm of firearms is no exception. When it comes time to purchase a new gun there are many factors to consider—cost, reliability, weight, fit and finish, ergonomics, size, etc. And for those, like myself, who are lucky enough to be members of the sacred fraternity of left-handedness, gun buying also requires a few additional considerations.
Did you know FN is one the largest makers of firearms for the U.S. military? While Herstal, Belgium, is home to Fabrique Nationale, the company’s factory in Columbia, S.C., has supplied the U.S. military with M16A2/A4 rifles, M4/M4A1 carbines and belt-fed machine guns.