Stag Arms New Model 3T & 3T-M Tactical Rifles

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posted on January 14, 2014
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Incorporating the evolution of shooting tactics and rifle accessory technology we created our newest rifle. The new Model 3T provides the shooter with a rifle that 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 will work best with these new tactics. Utilizing these rifles, shooters are able to produce fast and accurate shots from close to long range as is needed in tactical situations and competitions.

Boasting a 16" free floated government profile barrel with a carbine length gas system the shooter will be able to use many different gripping techniques when handling the firearm. Aiding in accuracy is the DiamondHead USA handguard, which is free floating and modular allowing the attachment of rail sections or sling mounts along the handguard. This also grants the shooter the ability to mount accessories as needed but not be burdened with a full quad rail. Included on the rifle are polymer DiamondHead USA flip up front & rear sights with its patent pending diamond shape to allow faster target acquisition.

The 3T-M and 3TL-M have the same configuration but include an upgraded buttstock, pistol grip, and sight set. The Magpul ACS buttstock provides a comfortable cheek weld along with storage and the Magpul MOE pistol grip offers an ergonomic, hand filling design combining aggressive texturing with storage capability. The rifle includes an aluminum DiamondHead USA flip up front & rear sight set with the same diamond shape as the polymer sights.With all of these features, the rifle provides the shooter an excellent rifle to excel in tactical situations. The appeal of the rifle, while aimed at tactical shooters, is not limited to them. The rifle can and will appeal to anyone looking for an accurate, reliable and modular AR-15 rifle. Utilizing our manufacturing ability we are able to offer our rifles to our customers at an extreme value with the high quality we are known for.

Pricing:
3T & 3TL MSRP: Right Hand $999.00 Left Hand: $1019.00
3T-M & 3TL-M MSRP: Right Hand $1160.00 Left Hand: $1180.00

Specifications:
3T & 3TL
16" government profile barrel, 5.56 NATO chamber, and 1/9 twist rate
A2 flash hider
DiamondHead 13.5" free-float modular handguard
Mil-spec trigger
Carbine buttstock and A2 pistol grip
Diamondhead polymer front and rear flip up sights

3T-M & 3TL-M
16" government profile barrel, 5.56 NATO chamber, and 1/9 twist rate
A2 flash hider
DiamondHead 13.5" free-float modular handguard
Mil-spec trigger
Magpul ACS buttstock and Magpul MOE pistol grip
Diamondhead aluminum front and rear flip up sights

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