Legislators are proposing all sorts of new legislation that ranges from changing the legal age to buy certain to firearms to outright bans on entire types of firearms, primarily Modern Sporting Rifles such as the AR-15. Although no one can be certain what the future may hold, these situations always cause a spike in interest among first time buyers and seasoned enthusiasts alike. It would be an impossible task to whittle any Top AR list to 10, so instead, we decided to pull a handful of favorites that cover law enforcement, home defense, sporting, and hunting just to get you started.
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Fans of Stag arms have a lot to mourn today. The president of Stag Arms, LLC, Mark Malkowski, plead guilty to federal firearms charges. Not being an insider, I would say there are always two sides to a story, but the details of this one seem pretty damning for the beleaguered manufacturer. Read the full story here.
Southpaw shooters do not have many options when looking to buy a factory AR-15. Stag Arms does their best accommodating left-handed shooters with its model 2L. Guest blogger, Eve Flanigan has ran the 2L for years in various conditions and despite a few flaws, agrees it is worth buying. Here is why…
Readers of the Shooter’s Log were asked and were not exactly shy about calling out their favorite AR-15s of 2015. Did your favorite make the list?
The modular nature of the AR-15 makes it the natural choice as the ultimate adult Lego. Stag Arms introduces its latest model, the Model 9 and Model 9T. Read this article to learn more this new AR-15 that accepts UZI magazines!
The Stag Arms Model 8T piston gun looks like any other Stag AR, except the 8T wears high-end furniture and a 16-inch barrel in a Diamondhead VRS-T Handguard. Here’s how it performed at the range.
Shooter’s Log writer, Dave Dolbee has compiled a top 10 list of ARs—in no particular order—for 2104 with at least one notable exception. Can you spot it? Match your top 10 list against other readers and see how your list compares.
The Stag Arms Model 1 has a proven design and a basic accessories package, including stock, pistol grip, handguard, and sights. It’s nothing fancy — just a serious combat rifle if pressed into that role.
Back in May, a month after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed the state’s gun control law, Stag Arms of New Britain came up with a modified rifle design and took it to the state police firearms unit to see whether it would comply with the state’s new regulations, the Hartford Courant reports. Not anymore.