Stag Arms Releases Model 3 Carbine

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  1. Ed Ely

    Ed Ely Super Moderator Staff Member Founding Member

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    Stag Arms Releases Model 3 Carbine

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    New Britain, CT - Stag Arms is proud to release its new and improved Model 3. The Model 3 is Stag's optic ready carbine and is currently one of its best sellers - and retailing at just $895, you can certainly see why.

    Customers purchasing the new Model 3 can expect to bid farewell to the original thermomolded handguard and say hello to the Diamondhead V-RS (Versa-Rail System). The Diamondhead V-RS is the ONLY modular Mil-Spec Drop-in handguard platform that can be used with or without accessory rails. As its name implies, the V-RS is the most adaptable drop-in handguard currently offered for the M4/AR15. This allows for complete customization to the user's specific applications and requirements. In addition, the V-RS can be accessorized with short and/or full length Picatinny rail tracks or fitted with full length smooth "bumpers" that provide an ergonomically contoured handguard. The V-RS is designed for fast configuration changes and easy modification to the platform, as the user's accessory needs evolve or change.

    The new Model 3 ships complete with the versa rail base at no additional cost to the customer (a savings of over $100) and remains competitively priced at $895. It is now available for purchase and all of its accessories are available for aftermarket purchase.

    Stag Arms sales representatives can be contacted directly via phone at 860-229-9994. Additional information can be found by visiting www.stagarms.com.




    Media Contact:
    Paul Mattingly, (860) 229-9994 or www.stagarms.com

    FYI

    Ed
     
  2. slugger6

    slugger6 XDTalk 85K Member Founding Member

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    Thanks for the post, Ed. That looks interesting.
     
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    wonder if it will be sold in a NJ legal configuration.
     
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    Wow I like it! I will be getting a AR soon and I like RRA but this looks like a great setup for the price. How do people like the Stag brand? They good quality?
     
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    Nice!! Stag make some good stuff.
     
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    Looks nice...Thanks for posting...:)
     
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    Looks nice. Thanks for the info.

    I think any Stag can be made NJ compliant but not sure on this one.
     
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    Old thread with my thoughts. Stags are good and have great CS.
     
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    yocan XDTalk 10K Member Founding Member

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    smaller diameter forearm will allow a better grip, I like it. I might want those rails
     
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    PHATSPEED7X XDTalk 2K Member

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    Good looking AR. Would love to add one to the safe someday.
     
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    I really like my Stag model 2L. It has performed flawlessly. I can't speak on Stag's CS... I've never needed to call them....
     
  12. JonXD

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    Thanks for the info!
     
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    I have a Stag Arms Model 3 (1st generation I guess) and have really enjoyed it. No issues, seems to run well, no issues. I've only added BUIS and an EOTech to it.
     
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    Looks just like my S&W optics ready carbine which you can sometimes find for under $800. Not that I don't like Stag, I have two of their rifles.

    Upon further review, the Smith does not have railed hanguards like the Stag.
     
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    That one definitely goes in the running for my AR purchase. Thanks for the post.
     

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