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CMMG vs Stag

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by steverjo, Nov 4, 2007.

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  1. steverjo

    steverjo Member

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    I am getting ready to purchase my first ar-15 style rifle. What do you think of a CMMG lower and a Stag Arms basic flat top upper, 16" in .223cal. Total cost of new rifle is $750.00.

    Should i pony up the extra bucks and get a Stag lower?

    I already have an excellent, extremely accurate bolt action .308, that is why this one will be .223 and 16".

    I was toying with idea of getting an M1a SOCOM II, but it is too heavy and expensive.

    What are your thoughts on this?
     
  2. kaizer

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    nothing wrong with that lower, i personally would take it over a stag lower since it won't have the dumbass deer head on it.
     
  3. steverjo

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    is there a better upper i could use?
     
  4. aloharover

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    CMMG is a first class upper.
    Only better would be a Noveske, LMT, or DD

    Pete
     
  5. RockyMtnTactical

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    I think you would be happy with a CMMG lower and Stag upper.
     
  6. 10-Ring

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    I like the fit & finish of the CMMG over the Stag...if you can save a few $$ w/ the CMMG, you'd be that much ahead of the game.
    Honestly tho, I'm splitting hairs...you'd be happy w/ either ;_
     
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