STAG-15 MOE SL Edition AR-15 Review

    In this episode of TFBTV, James reviews Stag’s new MOE SL Edition Rifle, which is, essentially, a Stag AR15 fully dressed in Magpul furniture and capped off with Stag’s excellent muzzle brake.

    From Stag:

    The Stag 15 MOE SL Carbine features a 5.56x45mm NATO chamber 16” 1/9 chrome lined barrel with a Magpul MOE SL Carbine Handguard, Magpul MOE SL Carbine Stock, Stag Compensator and a mil-spec manganese phosphate coated M16 BCG.

    Every complete rifle from Stag Arms comes with a Transferable Lifetime Warranty, an Infinite Shot Barrel Guarantee, a magazine and a rifle case.

    Weight: 6.4 Pounds

    Length: 32.25″ Collapsed, 35.5″ Extended

    Action: Semi-Auto Direct Impingement

    Caliber: 5.56 NATO | .223

    Twist Rate: 1/9 Button Rifled

    Muzzle Device: Stag Compensator

    Barrel: 16″, 4140 Steel, Chrome Lined, Government Profile, Manganese Phosphate Coated

    Handguard: Magpul MOE SL Carbine Handguard

    Upper/Lower Receiver Material: Forged and Mil-Spec 7075 T6 Aluminum with Type 3 Hard Coat Anodizing

    Bolt Carrier: Mil-Spec Manganese Phosphate Coated M16 BCG

    Gas System: Carbine Length with A2 Front Post

    Charging Handle: Standard Mil-Spec

    Front Sight: F-Marked A2 Front Sight

    Rear Sight: Magpul MBUS

    Hammer/Trigger Pin Size: Mil-Spec Small Pin .154″

    Pivot/Takedown Pin Size: Mil-Spec Small Pin .250″

    Buttstock: Magpul MOE SL Carbine Stock

    Buffer: Standard Carbine Buffer and Spring

    Trigger: Mil-Spec Single Stage Trigger with a Non-Adjustable 5-8 Pound Trigger Pull

    Grip: Magpul MOE

    Magazine: 30rd PMAG (Post-ban versions will have a 10rd magazine)

    Safety Selector: Right Hand

    SKU: SA800101

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    Steve Johnson

    I founded TFB in 2007 and over 10 years worked tirelessly, with the help of my team, to build it up into the largest gun blog online. I retired as Editor in Chief in 2017. During my decade at TFB I was fortunate to work with the most amazing talented writers and genuinely good people!