The Stag Arms model 6 is a great rifle that's perfect for those who want to get into ARs but don't want to pay top dollar. It's chambered in 5.56mm NATO and will accept a variety of different ammunition including.223 and 6.5 Creedmoor.
The Model 6 is built with a 4140 chrome lined and button rifled barrel that is designed for stability. This barrel is also coated with a manganese phosphate finish for protection from the elements and to help prevent corrosion.
It is also available with a scope rail for those that want to add optics. Adding optics is easy and doesn't require any modifications to the rifle.
Stag Arms is a company that has a very solid reputation for quality. They produce some of the best AR-15 rifles on the market and they can be purchased at a very reasonable price point.
One of the first things I noticed about this gun is how well it fits in my hands. The upper and lower receivers are forged from 7075 T6 aluminum, which is an in-house forged alloy that allows Stag to control the specs of each component.
In addition, both components are fitted very closely to one another which I found is a big deal for a carbine. I've been a fan of Stag rifles for a long time and I don't think you'll find better fitting carbine parts anywhere else.
Other features that make this a great choice for anyone who wants an affordable, reliable and durable rifle include the A2 buttstock with trapdoor and the Hogue overmolded grip. The Model 6 also comes with a free float handguard that is both light and comfortable to hold.