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Is Stag arms still in business ?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by nathan, Jul 10, 2009.

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  1. nathan

    nathan Member

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    Which would u prefer, Stag vs Bushmaster ??
     
  2. jdh

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    Stag.
     
  3. Z-Michigan

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    I'd flip a coin. And what's your real question? Stag Arms is very much still in business.
     
  4. Stirling XD

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    If they're not, they're spending way too much money on advertising.
     
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    Er, yea, they're still open, and I personally will take one of their rifles over Bushmaster, mainly because if I ever need to worry about the warrenty, I can take the five minute drive to their location from my house to drop it off rather then mail it haha, well I actually doubt they'd let me, but if they would, I could.

    I also like how in my annoying state of CT, mine came standard with a YHM compensator attached to the end of the barrel so it looks a bit better IMO.

    Not sure if the shops I've been in lately have even HAD an Bushmasters, but they have had Stags around.
     
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  7. CoRoMo

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    I prefer Stag over Bushy, ten times out of ten.
     
  8. TIMC

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    Yes, still in business.

    I own both so to answer your question about which is better I would say.....
    "6 of one; half a dozen of the other" Both are good. A lot fo people don't like the Stag logo, I personally like it.
     
  9. Wes Janson

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    IMO, Stag is definitely superior to Bushmaster.
     
  10. lipadj46

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    Flip a coin.
     
  11. possum

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    either way you can't go wrong. i have used bushmaster since i have owned an ar, and trained heavily woth bushmaster, buut i have seen alot of stags go the distance too.
     
  12. SHvar

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    Like what has been said, flip a coin, both are good.
     
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    Bushmaster.
    Been using Bushmaster back when the only quality AR & AR parts came from ABC (Armalite, Bushmaster, Colt).
     
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