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At The Range: Stag Model 3 in .300 Blackout

What's better than a Stag Model 3? How about a Stag Model 3 in .300 Blackout?

The venerable Stag Model 3 is now offered in .300 Blackout and Todd Rassa and James Tarr take a look at the rifle in this video.

The Stag Model 3 in .300 can handle both supersonic and subsonic loads and you don't need any specialized magazines thanks to the gun's ability to accept .300 ammo in standard AR mags.

The rifle comes in both right- and left-handed models and boasts a transferable lifetime warranty with an unlimited round counts on the barrel. How's that for reliable?


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