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receiveda disturbing letter from Stag Arms today on an order I put in 7 weeks ago::
Date Ordered: Friday 21 December, 2012

The comments for your order are

At this time we are no longer accepting orders for transfers to FFL’s. This order will need to be placed directly with a Stag Arms Dealer. We recommend using the dealer locator link on our homepage to help in find one in your area. Your order has been cancelled and your card has not been charged.



Your order has been updated to the following status.

New status: Order Cancelled

Please reply to this email if you have any questions.

:rant::rant::rant:I can understand if they would have told me this 6 weeks ago, but now this puts me even further down the list. Im pissed:mad::mad:. Hopefully the order from Alexander Arms will come through. Been getting everything I need little by little. This really stinks. I've heard good things about these guys too. Nothing I can do about it, but it don't make it any easier to swallow. Just thought everyone might like to know what Stag Arms is pulling.

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It really stinks. On the other hand, I can only imagine the demand on these companies right now. Still, no excuse for waiting 7 weeks to tell you. That would make me mad too.
 

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Deja vu'. I ordered from Stag Arms 2 days after you and same result. Order cancelled. No notification. I only found out when I checked in to view my order.As far as I am concerned this is a breach of contract. Bad business. I was willing to wait as long as it took to fill my order, but was summarily dismissed. I am a patient man, but will now pursue other options that do not include Stag Arms.
 

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Add them to the "dont use" list . thats a load to pull that. too bad.
 

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Think I may have found one today.Guy said he had 10 and was expecting more this coming week. WOO-HOO.....fingers crossed on both hands and feet and any thing else I can cross. At least that part will be done.NOW........................the upper;);):rolleyes::rolleyes::eek:
 

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I have 4 stags that I bought over the last several years, good guns. I called them the other day and they told me that they were years behind, no joke. I ordered a couple 10 round magazines and they have been sent. All the AR companies are swamped at this time. My gun shop can only get a few guns, most are unavailable, no ARs.

Stag did tell me that they are working on a 308 stag AR, in development stage, sounds enticing to a guy that bought an expensive Scar last fall. I told them to keep it light, no 10 lber. I'd rather pay 1/3 the price and get a 308 stag. I luv their guns actually.
 

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Tell them. We cant do much about it.

If "years behind", I wonder if they are hiring, OT or just every day activities??
I bet they are not. They're all worried that the feds are going to pull the rug out from under them with a ban. Producing as fast as they can, without making much capital investment.
 

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Now that it looks like no AR ban in the foreseeable future, how smart was it to cancel orders. I was confident from the start that it would not happen. I restated to Stagarms that I was in no hurry. Put me at the bottom of the list, keep my order intact and 2-3 years from now ship my order. My guess is that Stag customers are cancelling orders right and left as they realize the lead times. Might have been nice for the company to have something to do after they catch up. My name would have still been on the list. Again, I say, bad business.
 
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