My buddy has one.We shoot every weekend no problems yet.
I second that. I'm left handed and I have no trouble what-so-ever with standard AR-15s.My wife is left handed. I built her rifle with a lefty upper from stag. After training her to shoot either handed, we learned that the ejection of the AR is a non-issue for leftys. So before buying a left handed rifle, shoot a standard one. I'll bet you wont have a problem.
Why would you want to shoot .22 in an AR?
if you can try to find someone to let you shoot a lefty before you purchase, that is how I made my decision. Not sure where you are located, but some shooting ranges might have one for you to rent, or you could call up stag and ask if they know of a place where you can try one out.I'm thinking about getting a stag myself. I am also left eye dominant and I have only shot the standard AR15 but now I'm kind of torn. Maybe I should get the lefty version or just stick with standard. I don't know! lol.
And that's relatively recent. It wasn't that many years back that they were one of the brands to avoid, along with Oly and a few others. They only picked up the quality because they were forced to by the competition. Any company that cares so little about their customers is not someone I will give my money too, regardless how much they have changed. Just my 2 cents.Better quality than a DPMS but still entry level IMHO.
I second that. I'm left handed and I have no trouble what-so-ever with standard AR-15s.
As for Stag they make great stuff, I've heard mostly good things about them.
Better quality than a DPMS but still entry level IMHO.
.22 conversions are pretty much universal, better to get a dedicated .22 upper as they do not have a gas tube to get all fouled up from filthy rimfire powder.
pic of my stag and bushmaster. I've redone the camo on the Stag since this pic.
Indeed it is. For me its pulling the gas tube for cleaning that's a PITA.[/U][/I][/B]
That is the trade off as far as the "economical aspect" of it where as the dedicated upper would lighten your wallet more than the conversion kit, being that you would have to clean as recommended by the OEM before re-converting back to 5.56x45.
It's ALL about personal preference. I chose the conversion kit which works great in either my AR15 or M4. My decision....cost.