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comp1911
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Posted: 10/7/2006 10:43:22 AM
You should always check the key screws prior to using a new BC. Stags are not staked properly, so they need to be staked.
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jdixon22
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Posted: 10/8/2006 12:04:14 PM
I have one that I am sending back also. The front sight base is canted to the right, cannot zero it as sight adjustment is to it's limits and way out of whack. With the top rail empty and looking at it from the rear, the top rail itself is sloped down to the left as compaired to the front sight base.....
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Posted: 10/8/2006 2:47:53 PM
Did you put this "kit" together yourself ? It looks like the gas key came loose, did you happen to notice if is was properly staked ?
GlocksareGood
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Posted: 10/8/2006 6:51:57 PM
No i did not check the staking at the time. I put together two of these builds for friends at the same time. Needless to say I re-staked the second gun before we shot! It's BC had to go back due to it being slick sided. They replaced the BC and sent it back.

Stag fixed the first one but I have not seen seen what they did to it. Hoping to make it down this coming weekend to check out the rifle and re-stake the gas key. I made a staking tool out of an old punch and a grinder. Works very nicely. Stake it from the side and good to go.

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Posted: 10/8/2006 10:00:35 PM
Good luck. I've had the same problem with my stag upper purchased in june. I sent it back to stag, on my dime, and got it back still screwed up. I'm not impressed with stag at all.



Originally Posted By jdixon22:
I have one that I am sending back also. The front sight base is canted to the right, cannot zero it as sight adjustment is to it's limits and way out of whack. With the top rail empty and looking at it from the rear, the top rail itself is sloped down to the left as compaired to the front sight base.....
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