The Stag 10 Left Handed Upper Receiver Assembly includes a dust cover and forward assist with a picatinny rail on the top,.
Our left handed upper receiver has the same barrel nut threads as DPMS, accepts DPMS barrels, accepts Stag BCGS and DPMS Charging Handles. Once matched with our custom Stag Lower, Takedown Pin, Pivot Pin and Takedown Pin Detent, this assembly can be built using standard DPMS components.
Pivot/Takedown Pin Size: .2770"
Tang Height: .210 DPMS High Profile
Material: Forged and mil-spec with type 3 hard coat anodizing and a picatinny rail on top
Q: Are the bolt carrier and charging handle included?
A: The bolt carrier and charging handle are sold separately.
Q: Will this upper assembly work with other manufacturers?
A: Due to the Armalite Slant Cut, which was designed for a better fit, this upper will only work with our custom Stag Left Handed BCG, Lower, Takedown Pin, Pivot Pin and Takedown Pin Detent. This upper is then compatible with DPMS components to complete builds.
I bought this for a 20" .308 build. Quality parts and great service from Stag. Thanks for making my lefty dreams come true lol.
Excellent fit and finish as usual. I enjoy Stag products .
Love your lefty hardware, great quaility!
Yes I shoot goofy handed and even though I have gotten use to shells going across my face. I was excited to see left hand uppers! My first left hand upper was on a 5.56 build! I was so impressed with Stag Arms I went to their website to order directly. I can’t say enough... the quality is the highest I have ever seen! I will use Stag Arms for all my future builds!
Just received this recently introduced product and I'm completely in awe of the perfect fit with an AR10 Stag lower I had previously purchased and also happy with the finish of the upper. I had originally ordered this LH upper before they were supposed to be released in July, 2017, and had to wait several months while there were some manufacturing difficulties. As I understand it, the magazine wells didn't accomodate all AR10 mags well, so the initial run were rejected and reworked. In the end, Stag did it right and it says much about the company integrity that the product wasn't shipped until it was right.