1. Stag Select Edition - Laramie Pattern

    Stag Arms is proud to present the launch of our Stag Select Series. Rifles that bring you elevation: rifles that are custom designed, each only offered for a limited time, in a limited number.

    When Stag moved to Wyoming, we fully embraced the can-do, American attitude of the Mountain West. So, when the time came to design our first cerakote, we knew we wanted it to represent our values - what we stand for.

    To kick it off we present: the Laramie Edition, a Wyoming-proud pattern that embodies both the Stag Arms brand, and the attitude of the state we call home. The Laramie cerakote brings you a rifle in our Stag Brand colors, while also coming in a practical camouflage that any member of our large hunting community could take to the field. She’s prettyto look at, but also rugged enough to be at home in the Mountain West.

    The Laramie Edition is offered in three variations:

    Right-Handed Stag 15 Tactical 16” Rifle with Nitride Barrel in 5.56-LaramieEdition

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  2. Tischauser Takes South Eastern 3-Gun Championship Victory!

    TischauserTeam Stag Arms' Jesse Tischauser was crowned victorious at the end of the 2013 season by claiming the South Eastern 3-Gun Championship top title. Previously known as the Fort Benning 3-Gun Challenge, the South Eastern 3-Gun Championship was held at The Legion Operator Training Group in Blakely, Georgia. After a two year break, the event was rekindled by both retired and current Army Marksmanship Unit members.

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  3. Team Stag Arms' Jesse Tischauser Wins First Ever 3-Gun Nation Stage 6 Finale Shoot-Off

    Team Stag Arms' Jesse Tischauser Wins First Ever 3-Gun Nation Stage 6 Finale Shoot-OffTeam Stag Arms competitor Jesse Tischauser took center stage this past weekend at the 3-Gun Nation Pro Series Tour held in Owasso, Oklahoma. He clinched the first ever Stage 6 finale “shoot-off”, walking away with a $5,000 grand prize from match sponsor STAG ARMS.

    Tischauser placed 10th overall in the Men’s Division of the event, qualifying for the Stage 6 finale “shoot-off”.  A new format for 2014, the competitors' overall scores were zeroed out and each shooter was given one run to claim the grand prize. Stage 6 was the most formidable 3GN finale stage to date with competitors covering nearly 50

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  4. Magnification: Can You Have Too Much?

    rifle-closeup.jpgChoosing a rifle scope is at least as important a decision as choosing a rifle. It is not unrealistic to pay as much or more for the scope as the cost of the rifle. So it is no surprise that you want to get all the possible features for your money.

    But when it comes to optics, you can get too much of a good thing. Adjustments that are too fine, reticles that are too complex, and the most common mistake: too much magnification.

    Always fit your optic to the purpose for the rifle. The requirements that a competitive long-range shooter has for his scope are completely different that the requirements for a military sniper's scope, or a hunter's scope, and all are likely different than what is best suited for home defense. Snipers and skilled long-range competitors will likely know what they need, so we will concentrate on hunting and defense, or a combination.

    In both uses, and optic with a magnification

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  5. August was a Successful Month for the STAG Arms 3G Rifle

    team stag arms"In the world of Competitive Shooting, the month of August holds the most diversified matches a competitor will find. Long 600 yard shots, courses in complete darkness, and quick speed shoots will test any 3 Gunner in the country to their limits.

    I was the only shooter in the nation to stay in the Top 5 at all 3 Major Matches in ultra competitive Tactical Optics Division. The first match was in New Mexico at the famous NRA Whittington Center. 

    The Rocky Mountain 3 Gun Championship tests the shooter's long range rifle prowess with targets as far as 600 yards away. I was able to maintain a Top 5 finish after suffering a rough start.

    Then I went on to Bend, Oregon for the CTC Midnight Invitational, the world's largest all night 3 gun match. The versatility of the STAG Arms

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  6. Team Stag Arms Finishes Strong at Fallen Brethren 3-Gun Championship

    Team Stag Arms’ Kalani Laker

    Team Stag Arms’ Kalani Laker and Jesse Tischauser fought through the wind, rain, and over 225 competitors in the Tactical Optics Division this past weekend to finish 3rd and 6th respectively at the Fallen Brethren 3-Gun Championship held at the Spartan Tactical complex in Jacksboro, TX.

    Laker posted a blazing fast stage win on the last stage of the match securing his spot in the top three. "Jim Smith and his crew at Spartan Tactical challenged us this year with a lot of long range rifle, pistol, and slug targets” stated Laker. “Stage 3 was a speed shoot with the pistol followed by 12 mid-range rifle targets tucked into the natural vegetation. I cruised through the pistol portion

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  7. STAG ARMS Helps Raise over $300,000 to Support Troops Overseas

    STAG ARMS Helps Raise Money to Support Troops OverseasStag Arms partnered with Move America Forward (MAF), the nation’s largest grassroots pro-troop organization, to announce the winner of a huge giveaway to help promote Troopathon 7, a star-studded effort to send care packages to troops in Afghanistan. At the end of the fundraiser, MAF collected $301,626 to support the troops.

    To help support Troopathon and send more care packages to the troops, Stag Arms partnered with MAF to give away a FREE AR-15 style rifle valued at over $900. The winner, Wayne Dupree, an 8 year Air Force veteran who lives in Maryland, will be able to choose any one of three available models in left-handed or right-handed configuration.

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  8. What did Stag Arms do in 2013?

    stag-armsHere is a look back at 2013:
    • Team Stag Arms fought extremely hard on the state and national level for 2nd amendment rights including TV interviews, talking to reporters, press releases, closing the factory for a day to go to the state capitol, and more.
    • Worked with dealers in states where bans were going into effect to ship them as many rifles and lowers as possible before the cutoff dates so that every customer who wanted an AR-15 could have one before it was too late.

    • Single point sling attachment end plates are now included on all rifles with an adjustable buttstock at no additional cost.

    • Implemented a brand new
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  9. Cleaning Your AR-15: Bore Snake or Cleaning Rod?

    ar15 cleaning kitIf you are a responsible firearm owner, you understand that proper care and maintenance of your firearms is essential if you want to maintain them at peak accuracy and functionality throughout their lifetime.

    Cleaning the firearm after use is one of the most important parts of maintenance, particularly if you own larger or more complex pieces, such as an AR-15.

    There are two popular methods available for cleaning: bore snakes and cleaning rods. Does one offer superior performance over the other? Let’s investigate:

    Cleaning Rod:

    Using a cleaning rod is the preferred approach when absolute precision is required, as using a rod will more thoroughly clean the barrel of the firearm than compared to a bore snake. However, this does not mean that a cleaning rod is the correct choice for every cleaning situation. If extreme care and caution are not taken, the rod actually can damage the muzzle or c

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  10. The Evolution of Major Firearm Actions

    The Evolution of Major Firearm ActionsFor some, it is hard to believe that firearms have actually been around for almost 1000 years. The earliest reports of firearms date back to the 13th century and gained prominence over the next few centuries.

    Of course, those primitive firearms, while revolutionary in their time, pale in comparison to the innovations in firearm technology that would follow.

    Firearm Technologies that Led to the Development of the AR-15

    The Matchlock

    The Matchlock was developed sometime in the 1400s in Europe. It innovated the method with which firearms could be fired through the introduction of a slow-burning match, which would light the flash pan and ignite the gunpowder inside the barrel. This technology eventually allowed for the "rifle" form factor we are familiar with today, which significantly increased accuracy.

    The Wheellock

    The Wheellock was developed in the 1500s and

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