BossyMossy

FIRST AR

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thanks. You know.. i'm relaly not sure! lol what makes it a plus package?

 

Lol you probably don't have it then.

 

For those wanting a rifle with extra testing and also with features for the constant firing of 5.56 ammunition Stag Arms offers the Plus Package. This package includes individual Magnetic Particle (MP) and High Pressure (HP) testing of the bolt and barrel, upgraded barrel steel, and other features listed below. Available only as a complete package.

 

 

Stag Arms standard carbines (Model 1, 2, 2T, 3, 8 and their left-handed equivalents) feature:

 

- Carpenter 158 shot peened Bolt with black extractor spring

- Shrouded full circle AR15 bolt carrier with side staked carrier key

- 5.56 NATO chambered barrel with chrome lining, 1/9 twist, double lead lapped, and parkerized under the front sight base

- M4 feed ramps

- F marked front sight base with taper pins

- Double heatshield handguards

- Mil-Spec size 7000 series aluminum receiver extension with staked receiver nut (also known as castle nut)

- One 30rd USGI Magazine*

 

 

In addition to our standard features listed above the Plus Package includes:

 

- 4150 CMV barrel steel chrome lined

- 1/7 Twist rifling

- Individually MP & HP tested and marked Bolt & Barrel

- M-16 Bolt Carrier

- Heavy (H) buffer assembly

- One extra 30rd USGI Magazine (two total)*

 

 

Cost:

 

Rifle: $100

Upper half: $75.00 (Does not include magazine or heavy buffer)

 

 

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I bought a Stag1L and then read that i should have gotten a plus package as well. I was a bit bummed, although i love the gun...Anyhow, upon cleaning the bcg was marked that it was tested. So, i am not sure it they just put one in cuz it was all they had or if my gun had the plus package...to be honest i love her either way...LOL

 

 

forgot to say...Good luck and enjoy your new toy, it is a nice one!

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I have a model 3 without the plus package. It has well over 5000 rounds through it and never missed a beat. It is very acurate as well.

If you didnt get the plus, dont worry too much about it, its a great gun

Ken

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