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Stag Arms Model 6 picture added.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by XP100, Jan 10, 2013.

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  1. XP100

    XP100 Well-Known Member

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    Stag Arms Model 6, 24" stainless bull bbl. Match grade 2 stage trigger. 1/2MOA. Scope riser and Yukon 3x9x40 scope. Now YOU know its NOT a Scam. 1600.00 + shipping to FFL. Heavy gun. Oversize package.
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    What load are you shooting for the 1/2 MOA groups? Larry
     
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    I had this same gun in the left hand model and I rapid fired an 8 shot group that could be covered with a dime. I was using 60g Hornady V-max factory ammo when I did this. I think it will shoot better than 1/2 inch. At least the one I had did.

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    ttt. Two buyers said they would take it and both backed out so it FS again.

    60 gr. Hornady v max 21.5 gr of IMR 4198
     
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    I have a stag model 6. The seller is not kidding about the accuracy. I do not believe in three shot groups. Each section of a match is twenty shots, so that is how I check my rifles. My Stag model six will shoot 20 in a row comfortably inside of 1 MOA. That is from a cold barrel to 20 rounds in about 5 minutes, ie: real life performance.

    My loads are 69 or 77 grain sierra bullets over a Varget powder.
     
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    That's why I asked. I haven't found a load my model 6 likes yet. Surely it couldn't be me???
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    How many rounds thru this rifle?

    I have 2 Stag's and both are very accurate. I don't have a model 6 though. Mine like the 60 grain Hornady V-Max with Hodgdons BL-C(2) pushing them.
     
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    10 rounds through it. I have another one and used the same load in both. It was swabbed between each round. I bought my frst model 6 back with a Timney trigger and a 6x Leupold target scope so I am selling this one. My other one is going to get shipped to my dad in Fl. until this NY BS is settled.
     
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    XP100,

    Thank you for the reply. I sent you a PM.
     
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