Stag Arms adds Stag 15 SL SBR to rifle lineup

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The Stag 15 SL SBR falls under the National Firearms Act, requiring potential owners to gain ATF approval and pay the $200 tax stamp prior to ownership. (Photo: Stag Arms)

Stag Arms continues to offer consumers more choices when it comes to rifles, adding the Stag 15 SL SBR to its product lineup.

The Stag 15 SL SBR features a 14.5-inch 1/7 QPQ Barrel with the new Stag Arms lightweight, free float 13.5-inch M-LOK Slimline handguard with quad rails. Available in left or right configurations, the SBR also boasts a Magpul CTR Stock, A2 birdcage flash hider and mil-spec manganese phosphate coated M16 bolt carrier group. Chambered in 5.56 NATO, the rifle tips scales at 6.2-pounds.

Due to its short-barreled design, the SL SBR falls under the National Firearms Act which requires additional paperwork and approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as well as the $200 tax stamp before owning.

The company says the new rifle keeps to Stag’s commitment for quality products.

“The Stag 15 SL SBR Line features Stag’s high quality and long-lasting durability standards,” Stag Arms said in a statement.

The Stag 15 SL SBR is currently available from Stag with a standard MSRP of $999 for the right handed model and $1,039.99 for the left handed, though the company is offering introductory pricing at $749.99 for the right and $779 for the left for a limited time.