1. [New] Stag Arms Model 3TH-M Upper Halves Now Available!

    Model-3HT-MIncorporating the evolution of shooting tactics and rifle accessory technology, we created our Model 3TH-M rifle, and due to popular demand, we are now offering the upper half separately. The Model 3TH-M provides the shooter with an upper half which is readily usable with many of today’s shooting styles.

    Working with multiple law enforcement agencies, a few of which learned speed and accuracy from our 3-Gun shooting team, we have tested and determined the features and configuration which works best with these new tactics.

    Utilizing these upper halves, shooters are able to produce fast and accurate shots from close to long range as is needed in tactical situations and competitions.

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  2. Tischauser Wins US Carbine Association National Championship!

    Jesse TischauserFormer Army Staff Sergeant and current Team Stag Arms member, Jesse Tischauser took the overall win shooting out of the equipment restrictive Law Enforcement/Military Division at the 2013 US Carbine Association (USCA) National Championship on November 15-16th, 2013.

    Tischauser posted the lowest overall match time, 252.47 seconds, with only 10 seconds in penalty points to win the LEO/MIL Division by over 29 seconds. The overall match was decided by much less. Only 5.36 seconds separated Tischauser from the top shooter out of the very competitive Open division.

    New Rules and Challenges

    “This match presented a new set of rules and challenges which made it really fun and exciting. The LEO/MIL division didn’t require shooters to be active in law enforcement or the military, but it did require us to use equipment that is more in line with what is cur

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  3. Laker Wins! Tischauser Finishes Third at the 2nd Annual Walking Dead Multi-Gun Night Match

    Team Stag ArmsTeam Stag Arms’ Jesse Tischauser and Kalani Laker have been lighting up the 3‑Gun circuit late in the season. This past weekend at the 2nd annual Walking Dead Multi Gun Night Match in Cresson, TX was no different. “This year’s match was even bigger and better than in 2012. The match went from a 2 gun rifle/pistol affair to a full throttle seven stage 3-gun championship in 2013. With over 150 competitors in attendance, match director Jeff Chase has turned his match into the largest night match in the country.

    Kalani Laker

    Laker bested the field of 150 plus Saturday night grabbing the overall match victory. “I think I am getting the hang of this shooting in the dark thing,” Laker chuckled. “It is so much harder than shooting during the day but it’s also so much more fun too.

    I have to give credit to our primary sponsor

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  4. Fast and Accurate: Red Dot Sight Techniques

    Red-Dot-SightRed dot sights have revolutionized many types of shooting. Combining advantages of iron sights and rifle scopes, they also bring advantages that no previous sighting system has offered. Whether you are in combat, competition, or hunting dangerous game, red dot sights can allow you to use your skill to the greatest potential.

    Unfortunately, most shooters are not using their red dot sights to the sight’s greatest potential.

    The great improvement is speed, without decreasing accuracy. Red dot sights put you on target faster than iron sights and faster than magnified optics. In order to take advantage of that speed, a shooter must understand where it comes from and how to use the sight to maximize these advantages.

    The first advantage is that the reticle is on the same focal plane as the target. When the eye is focused on the target, it is also focused on the reticle. Aiming is faster than with iron sights. The shooter does n

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  5. Fixing Magazine Malfunctions

    A well-built AR-15 is one of the most reliable semi-auto firearms available. But sometimes even the best rifles may malfunction, and when they do, it is time to diagnose the cause of the malfunction.

    One of the first components that should be investigated is the magazine.

    Magazines get dirty. They vary in quality and dimension from manufacturer to manufacturer. Springs wear out and bodies get bent or broken. Magazines get dropped on the ground and stepped on. Most AR-15 malfunctions are related to lube, ammo, or magazines, or a combination.

    We will look at some common magazine issues, and clear up some confusion surrounding terminology.

    1.) Hard seating (it is difficult to push the magazine deep enough into the magazine well to allow the magazine catch to engage

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  6. Stag Arms Now Offering American & Gadsden Flag Engravings On Their Rifles

    Engraved-AR-15-LowersSTAG ARMS, one of the world’s largest AR-15 manufacturers, is now adding specialized laser engravings on rifles and lowers with the American or Gadsden Flag on the magazine well.

    These two new engravings are in addition to the extremely popular second amendment engraving. Unlike an imprint or coating, laser engravings penetrate through the anodized layer to the metal underneath, which makes it impossible to wear off.

    STAG ARMS Sales Manager David DeFord said, “Everyone at our factory is proud of the USA and we are very vocal about our second amendment rights. We wanted our customers to be able to show the same patriotism.”

    Engraved Rifles and Lowers

    The cost for the engraving is $15.00 and must be requested at the time the order is placed. The engraving canno

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  7. How to Get Your Rifle Ready for Competition

    @kyleighshoots Stag Arms Sponsored 3 Gun Shooter
    Shooting sports are becoming more and more popular across the nation. Shooters of all ages and skill levels take part in shooting competitions that provide for a fun and competitive atmosphere. Everyone is welcome and there are a wide array of events to choose from. The NRA alone
    sanctions over 11,000 shooting competitions each year.

    Three gun competitions, which include shooting with a pistol, rifle, and a shotgun, are among the most popular. This competition has fast-paced action, unlike the traditional target competitions where targets are often static. In the three-gun competition, you score points by hitting different targets with each of the three guns. However, each of these competitions is made up by the range officer or competition coordinator, so no two matches will be the same. There is a lot of preparation that goes into these shooting

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  8. Stag Arms Product Review: Samson Field Survivor (Piston & Standard)

    Samson Field SurvivorOut in the field or on the range, it pays to be prepared. Nothing puts the brakes on an enjoyable time like a small performance snafu in the form of a broken shell or an overload of carbon. Packing the Samson Field Survivor ensures that preparation is complete in order to take care of those little emergencies that tend to crop up.

    Much more convenient than a gear kit that hangs on a belt or needs to be stored in a pack, the Samson Field Survivor keeps everything right in the palm of your hand. Designed with a stainless steel mechanism that is patent pending, this multi-tool system stores right in the pistol grip of a standard A2 or a Hogue AR Rev 2 grip. Quick and easy to use while on the move or hunkered down low, simply put it inside the base and twist it to lock

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  9. Zeroing the Iron-Sights on Your AR-15 Rifle

    Zeroing the Iron Sights on Your AR 15 RifleBefore you take your new AR-15 out for target practice or into the field to do some hunting, the first thing you will need to do is zero in the iron-sights.

    All rifles and upper halves with sights installed from the factory are bore sighted to 25 yards. The process takes some patience, but you will be spending valuable time getting to know your new rifle while making it as accurate as possible.

    This article focuses on most flip-up and stationary sights. Sighting in with the carry handle is a bit more complicated.

    How the Front and Rear Sights Work

    When it comes to zeroing the iron-sights on your AR-15, it’s important to understand what the front and rear

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  10. Which AR-15 Can You Hunt With?

    Hunting with AR 15The AR-15 is often overlooked as a firearm that can be used for hunting game of all kinds. While there are laws that prohibit hunting with an AR-15 rifle in some states, below are some details about which AR-15 rifles should be used for hunting and where you can use them to hunt.

    Know Hunting Laws

    First, you should know the laws for hunting deer and other game with specific types of guns and ammunition in each state so that you don’t accidentally break the law when you start hunting. It’s best to look at the states that don’t allow deer hunting with .223 diameter bullet or an AR-15 rifle.

    Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Virginia, Ohio, New Jersey, Washington, and West Virginia require larger bullets to be used to hunt game. However, these laws

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