I'm thinking about getting a Stag Arms M-4 has anyone had any problems out of this gun. I'm new to AR's any help would be appreciated!
I had bought several of the CMMG "Bargain Bin" AR's (all right hand DPMS models, no lefts available) a few months back and gave one of them to my son. He also is left handed and this didn't work too well, so I bought him a Stag 15L. He absolutely loves this gun and it is dead on accurate. He was shooting at a small bore 100 yd target last week using iron sights and put one in the bullseye and the other 29 inside of a 6" circle. Not too shabby for someone who hasn't shot rifles much!I bought a lefthand M1 abuot a mounth ago I have shot about 200 rounds with no problems. My big selling point was them making a left hand model. Still have never heard and thing bad about them. I love mine!
Well before CMMG got to be where they are today, that (DPMS) is who's parts they used to do their builds. So I'll venture to say that is where these "bargin bin" guns come from....left over DPMS partsThe CMMG "Bargain Bin" rifles came with just the rifle and a bill of sale.
(BTW-I contacted DPMS about getting manuals for them and they had me give them the serial #'s. They said that the "K" at the end of the serial # indicated that it wasn't a rifle that left their factory but rather just a lower. They said that that is why there were no sights, paperwork, cases, etc. I'm not knocking CMMG for building rifles using DPMS lowers-the price for the rifles was great! I mention this just in case others had been wondering about the paperwork, etc.)
Is that an MI rail?My Stag 2HT upper has done really well for me. Right now I have it mated to a RRA lower with a couple thousand rounds through it and zero problems.
I'll be using this rifle for a tactical carbine course I'm taking this winter. That will be the real test.
My brother shooting it a few weeks ago: