Monthly Archives: September 2004

  1. [Press Release] Stag Arms Introduces New 9mm Series of AR-15 Rifles

    Stag-Arms-Model-9TThis series has been discontinued. Our latest 9mm PXC series can be seen here: Stag PXC Series

    After overwhelming requests from our customers and a long time in research and development, our first pistol caliber carbine is officially being released today. The new Model 9 & 9T series of rifles provide the shooter with a compact pistol caliber carbine on a well known platform.

    Compared to the 5.56 cartridge, the 9mm cartridge used in a carbine configuration is the ideal choice for short range & self defense use – up to 200 yards due to decreased muzzle blast, decreased muzzle flash, lower recoil, reduced over-penetration, and a heavier bullet.

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  2. The 3 Main Rules of Firearm Safety & Why They're Important

    The 3 Main Rules of Firearm Safety and Why They're ImportantThe safety precautions everyone must follow when using a firearm to ensure their own safety and the safety of others are simple. While there are many rules of firearm safety, three are of paramount importance and must be followed at all times.

    When followed, these three rules will prevent negligent discharges. If a negligent discharge does happen, no one will get hurt. These three rules were created by the National Rifle Association.

    1. Always Keep the Muzzle Pointed in a Safe Direction

    This is the first rule of firearm safety. You are responsible for the bullet when it leaves the barrel. It basically has your name on it. The reason it is so critical is because if a firearm discharges and it is pointed in a safe direction, no harm will come to pass.


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