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Author Topic: Stag Arms - what took you so long?  (Read 437 times)

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Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« on: June 08, 2019, 07:16:39 AM »

-PRESS RELEASE-

June 7, 2019
New Britain, CT

Today, Stag Arms announced that its Board of Directors has decided to relocate the company from its current facility in New Britain, CT, as part of its strategic initiative to significantly improve the overall customer experience.  The location of Stag’s new headquarters has not been finalized but the Board has narrowed down the options to a short list of vibrant communities where there is significant support for the firearms industry. 

Stag Arms President, Anthony Ash, stated: “Not since the founding of our Company in 2003 have there been so many great things happening at once.  We began our journey with a commitment to bring customers innovative products with uncompromising quality through 100% American Made components.  We pioneered the left-handed Modern Sporting Rifle and from Day 1 we have backed all of our rifles with Infinite Shot Barrel and Lifetime Transferable Warranties.  Our recent release of our newest product line of PXCs, Stag’s innovative multiple pistol caliber AR, continues the tradition.”

Mr. Ash further stated, “Stag is creating a seamless, integrated value chain that will incorporate best practices from design and engineering, to manufacturing, omni-channel customer engagement, fulfillment, and service.  The pieces are in place and we are ready to transition production and fulfillment operations immediately from a narrow facility-based approach in New Britain to a distributed eco-system.” 

The Board expects to finalize the location of the headquarters in the next few months and the company then will begin the process of relocating sales and remaining back office functions to the new headquarters location.

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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2019, 08:49:34 AM »
That marketing speak makes me cringe.

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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2019, 09:28:00 AM »
Absolutely no point in hanging around where you are unwanted!

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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2019, 11:51:09 AM »
so aero will produce meh quality parts and our new lamont/malloy line of shit will bear the stag name......

stags shit is junk lately. i have a 308 other where the barrel nut came loose, so the junk rail has a little play side to side. no worries , took it apart and the garbage barrel nuts they use dont like to line up an it needs to be shimmed. took 5 shims to get it to line up with the correct torque.  will be getting a new rail at some point.

I have had quite a few stags prior to sb1160, a few 2T and a couple of model 8 pistons. always bought stag parts and was happy, once they got bought out.... no thanks
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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2019, 01:05:38 PM »
Agreed, stag parts are garbage these days.  Uppers have no consistency with parts.  It’s like they are just buying up stuff from the cheapest bidder.

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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2019, 10:33:26 AM »
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I have had quite a few stags prior to sb1160, a few 2T and a couple of model 8 pistons. always bought stag parts and was happy, once they got bought out.... no thanks
When did their quality start going downhill?
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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2019, 02:01:58 PM »
after mark was forced to sell stag arms and give up his ffl.......
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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2019, 11:34:14 PM »
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after mark was forced to sell stag arms and give up his ffl.......
Thanks. I only have one Stag lower (CMT) and I only tried fitting one upper to it. It seems to fit well and is built well.
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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2019, 09:31:02 AM »
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That marketing speak makes me cringe.

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I don't think anything was said. But a lot of impressive words were strung together to make it seem that something was said.

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Re: Stag Arms - what took you so long?
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2019, 11:31:06 AM »
its a shame a smaller type of entity or person didnt buy stag arms when it was for sale, it may nit even been for sale, who knows.....

Quite a few of my friends are lefties and love their left handed guns. They could have kept the quality excellent and still have a decent price rifle in ar15 and ar308 . especially the ar308 L , easier than a bolt action for lefties but the product isnt 100% reliable.

** a side note, the stag upper receiver in 308 size, attached perfect to my sr25 lower. its a hair thinner width wise so the contour of the lines isnt perfect, but still fits nice.
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