Skip to comments.Stag Arms has TWO YEARS worth of orders for rifles!
Posted on 01/13/2013 4:42:29 PM PST by Red in Blue PA
We would like to thank all of our customers for your support. Currently we have approximately two years of backorders for rifles, upper halves, and lower receivers. Due to this overwhelming demand most of our office staff have temporarily been pulled from their normal positions to pack and ship orders. This will allow us to get our products into your hands as fast as possible before any potential governmental restriction. Orders will be processed in the order they were received. Our normal billing policies will be in effect and your payment will be processed (your order will be charged) just prior to the start of manufacturing, which is approximately two weeks before the order ships. If your payment method is declined, our billing department will contact you by e-mail. Please use the contact forms at the proper links below to contact us.
At this time we are temporarily:
Suspending accepting new orders except for certain parts and accessories placed on our webstore. Suspending accepting new dealers. Unable to provide lead times or order status. We are working 24/7 to pack and ship orders. Unable to expedite or add items to orders. Please use the links below for more information on the following: Government and Police Department Requests and Ordering Download our Catalog Canceling your order Visit our Dealer Locator Shipping policies Shipping Problems, Returns & Repairs We thank you for your understanding.
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Two year back order on the AR-15.
Who are you going to believe? The politicians? Or your own lying eyes?
A people warned is a people armed.
And Magpul has 1,000,000+ backordered magazines.
The more stories like these, the more scared the hoplophobic politicians will get.
This whole AR panic buying is interesting to me.
I remember when the assault weapon ban passed, the prices went up but hardly anyone was buying.
I saw someone pay $55 EACH for Magpul mags.
Ah, the beauty of the free market system.
The gun builder sites seem to have backorders till the Fall.
Sounds like the supply is already exhausted—gun control, can’t get ‘em
It’s inefficient to pull office staff to pack boxes. They need to start adding hires. This will be good for the company, and good for the President, since it will improve his job numbers and GDP.
I’d like to see the financials of all those union, public pensions and even Obama’s stock portfolio and how much they have in publicly traded arms and ammunition manufacturing stocks.
Saw a fluted stainless barrel target model (don’t know what brand) on my dealer’s shelf Sat. $1.500.
I got in early and was just told that my stag modl 8 is six months away.
When that original ban hit, I had a bunch of brand new S&W 9mm mags for the various high capacity S&W pistols. Those mags were really valuable as they would fit a bunch of guns including the Daewoo, the Marlin camp carbine, and the Star model 30 etc.
I was in grad school at the time and tried to sell them at a reasonable price. I can recall going to gun shows and seeing dealers charging $100 for their various high capacity mags who would not give me $30 for mine. $30 was actually a couple of dollars less than they had retailed for before the ban.
There were a lot of dealers who would not deal unless they could absolutely skin you.
I actually still have those mags, never was able to sell them. I did trade one dealer even for a Browning Hi-Power mag. He was actually not even a dealer, just a guy who had a table.
I’ve got some 10 Round Magazines ordered through Stag. Oh the joy of living in the “restricted” State of Commieforny.
Hopefully they will show up before the shooting starts./S
I have Magazine envy of all my FReeper buddies currently living in the FREE States.
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