Stag Arms has partnered with Hera USA to outfit the Connecticut gun maker’s rifles with the Featureless CQR buttstock — a California compliant stock for ARs.
After jumping a number of regulatory hurdles, Stag Arms is shaking up senior leadership with a new management team, according to an announcement Tuesday.
Closing a dark chapter for a New Britain gun maker, the former owner of Stag Arms was sentenced in a Hartford federal court Tuesday for the company’s violation of federal gun laws.
Ownership of Connecticut gun maker Stag Arms changed hands, ending a dark period in the company’s 13-year history, as a Miami capital investment firm announced the acquisition Monday.
Guns.com reader, Jeremy, highlighted an aspect of our reporting on a recent incident involving Stag Arms violating gun laws involving machine guns.
As part of the guilty plea, the company’s federal firearms licenses will be revoked, it will pay a fine, and the CEO may serve prison time.
Stag Arms has been working with federal regulators to resolve issues leading up to the seizure of gun parts and documents at the company’s Connecticut facility.
An investigation by the ATF revealed that Stag failed to comply with the National Firearms Act when agents found 3,000 unserialized machine gun lower receivers.
Federal agents seized thousands of gun parts and documents from New Britain gun maker Stag…
The Stag Arms model 9T comes in left- and right-handed configurations and includes a standard buttstock, a 13.5-inch Diamondhead hand guard, Diamondhead iron sights, a dedicated lower for Colt magazines, an oversized brass deflector, and standard controls.