- Silver coupe in excellent condition with Automatic trans.
- Super low highway miles - 56,000. - 1 owner, no accidents. Pampered and garage kept.
- Oil change and tire rotation every 5,000 miles. Spark plugs recently changed. All maintenance paperwork available. - Rear pads replaced & rotors resurfaced less then 10,000 miles ago. - Front pads replaced & rotors resurfaced this month.
0-60 in 5.4 seconds
Brand new floor mats & All weather mats. Leather heated seats. Power moon roof. Premium sound system w/ 6 Disc CD changer and built in XM satellite radio.
Extras - Installed by Auto Image in Brick, NJ 3M Premium Tinted windows with lifetime warranty - $229 when installed K&N Typhoon Air Intake (Increases gas mileage and Horsepower) - $519 when installed Viper Remote Start (top of the line with Lifetime warranty) - $499 when installed
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I have a stag model 2, got approx 3K to 4K rounds through it and the cam pin in the bolt has failed.
Second issue, I, nor anyone else that has shot this gun has been able to get groups tighter than 2" at 100 yrds. (Bad shooter, me, is eliminated because the other guys are very good shooters).
I have shot out to 400 yards with this gun hitting an 8" target consistently.
Typically shoot 5.56 Federal XM193 55grn ball ammo, I've also shot 2.23 American Eagle 50 grn varmint tip.
The weapon has never failed to load, fire or eject (even with the broken pin). Prior to the cam pin failure I had shot about 1K to 1.2K rounds without cleaning. I was curious to see when the weapon would start to have FTL, FTF, FTE issues. I decided to check the gun prior to a Sunday outing and found the failure.
I'm wondering if the failure was caused by my sonic solution cleaner, lack of cleaning, or just a faulty pin. The bolt looks fine.
Getting through to Stag has been a challenge but they finally sent me a warranty return slip. I also ordered replacement parts, that I have yet to get a confirmation on.
Here is my real question. Should I send this weapon back to Stag or just replace the broken pin? I'm afraid in todays climate that I may not get the gun back. I can deal with the accuracy issue, (non-issue?) and I'm not that concerned about replacing a $3 to $8 pin. I ordered some from Brownells too.
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