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Show off your left handed Stags!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Dirty Dawg, Nov 6, 2008.

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  1. Dirty Dawg

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    I ordered my first AR over the weekend from Shadow River Productions and can't wait to receive it. In the mean time, I'm hoping some you you might entertain me by posting up a few pictures of your left handed Stags and offering your comments on the performance of the weapons. I think it's going to be super to have this gun in a left handed configuration and I could give a hoot if that might hurt resale value.

    For the record, I ordered the Stag 2H left hand, with ambi safety, MOE grip, MOE stock and Midwest low profile BUIS. I've also got a few Pmags on the way. While I wait, 3-5 weeks as I understand it, I'll be saving my pennies for an EOTech 512 and a case of ammo. How's this sound for a rig?

    I wanted to add the ambi mag release but $90 seems a little high so I thought I'd give the gun a try without it and add one later if needed. Is this a pretty simple-- meaning something someone with no experience with these guns-- change out?
     
  2. Dirty Dawg

    Dirty Dawg Member

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    I know you're out there... I can hear you breathing.
     
  3. wayne in boca

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    OK,you got me.I'm going through this just once,so listen up.There's two ways to be handed.
    You can be right handed,or you can be wrong-handed.Did you know that the word "sinister" means left-handed?
    Left handed AR's are kinda sinister looking.
     
  4. Plas62

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    I just bought a new Stag 2L about 10 days ago and it's great. I was able to hit paper from a 100 yards, right out of the box with the iron sights. Saving up now to purchase a red dot for it and extra mags. Sorry I don't have any pictures yet.
     
  5. LTB15J

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    here you go.

    this was my 3HL before it was stolen. it wasn't too pimped out, but it was still mine.


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    dont worry. its been replaced with something much more bad-ass
     
  6. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    How did the theft occur and where are you? Is that both SBR and real suppressor? Man, that stinks.
     
  7. RP88

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    lots of thefts and boating accidents occurring lately...
     
  8. LTB15J

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    no, it's a california legal Off list lower build. it is based on the ar15, but has the magazine fixed to keep it compliant with California Penal Codes.



    the rifle is actually a 16" non SBR. suppressor is fake, and actually is just a shroud that goes over the barrel. the magazine is a 10 round that looks like a 30. all to keep it legal with the law



    when i say stolen, i really mean it was taken unjustly. it was ceased by the local PD when they tried to charge me with posession of an un registered AW. in California its not an assault weapon if the magazine is permanently fixed into the rifle. (which it was) so my attorneys were/are trying to get them back

    so as far as im concerned, they were stolen.
    just another example of people trying to take guns from us law abiding citizens.
     
  9. Dirty Dawg

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    Not Pimped? Man, that's a sweet looking AR. Shame to hear about your troubles. Hopefully you'll her her back soon.

    Could you break down the some of the components? Like what stock, rails, front sight and such? I'd love to build mine up as I get the dough.
     
  10. LTB15J

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    yeh, i guess it is nice. i mean it doesn't have all the 'high end' over priced components my new rifle has. but it still costed me money, right?


    specs huh? let me see if i can remember

    Upper:
    Stag 3HL 16" Upper, of course
    Promag flip-up rear sight
    Midwest Industries Gas Block front sight
    Midwest industries MCTAR-20 Carbine Length Quad rail with Magpul rail covers
    UTG vertical grip
    spikes tactical car-1 fake suppressor



    Lower:

    Double Star (Star-15) Lower
    stag lower parts
    magpul MIAD grip kit
    Standard 6 position stock with CAA Stock Saddle cheekpiece
    C Products SS magazine
     
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