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    Anybody know about or have any experience with a Stag Arms SA7? Thinking about buying one.

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    My wife and I both hunt with the Stag 7H. This looks like the same rifle. If it is, we really like ours. Ours are very accurate and reliable. We shoot sub MOA with factory Federal 115 MSR and Hornady 120 SST ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MC68 View Post
    My wife and I both hunt with the Stag 7H. This looks like the same rifle. If it is, we really like ours. Ours are very accurate and reliable. We shoot sub MOA with factory Federal 115 MSR and Hornady 120 SST ammo.

    Mine


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    Wow, you mean there is someone else that thinks the 7H is an excellent hunting rifle, 200+ yard shooter
    Wouldn't go wrong with this purchase.

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    Great rifle - my wife has deemed mine "hers". No worries, I built mine on a ARP SOCOM barrel The Stag 7h is a laser out to 400 yards for me...

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    When you swapped barrels did you have any problems getting tha Hogue grip off?

    [QUOTE=sgedicks;1045154]Great rifle - my wife has deemed mine "hers". No worries, I built mine on a ARP SOCOM barrel The Stag 7h is a laser out to 400 yards for me...[/QUOT

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    I did replace the handguard on the Stag 7 with a new barrel nut, gas block, and a SAMPSON Evolution handguard. I needed an industrial strap wrench (like for oil filters on a bulldozer) to break it loose.

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    I've tried to remove with a big ass Ridgid strap wrench with the upper in a block, chckened out did want to break or bend. I might give it another try, the Hogue grip seems to heavy. Although it does give the rifle stability. 400 yards thats impressive, I've grouped 3" at 200 yrds acouple times. Sounds like you have great shooter.

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    I changed the handguard on my Stag 7H. I had a 18" Klein strap wrench and couldn't get it to move, the strap would start slipping. So I said the he!! with it and grabbed the 460 Channel Locks and it came right off but had battle scars from the teeth on the plier jaws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftyshooter View Post
    I changed the handguard on my Stag 7H. I had a 18" Klein strap wrench and couldn't get it to move, the strap would start slipping. So I said the he!! with it and grabbed the 460 Channel Locks and it came right off but had battle scars from the teeth on the plier jaws.
    Doesn't sound pretty.

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    Oh it wasn't


 

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