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    Wait... so i can buy the lower receiver and drop a .223 upper and get a non-restricted AR??
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuhBoredShooter View Post
    Wait... so i can buy the lower receiver and drop a .223 upper and get a non-restricted AR??
    It's doable but not with the Stag 10,and it can't be an AR upper or AR varient

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESnel View Post
    It's doable but not with the Stag 10,and it can't be an AR upper or AR varient
    Why not? I thought the lower was the "firearm"

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    If the lower was capable of mounting an ar15 upper, even if duct tape was needed to secure it, then it would of been classed as an ar15 variant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuhBoredShooter View Post
    Why not? I thought the lower was the "firearm"

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    It is but if the lower accepts AR-15 uppers then it's considered an AR or AR variant. Also note the Stag 10 is built around the .308 and larger so matching an AR-15 upper would be to small(width,distance between pins).

    Canada Ammo sold/sell a single shot .50 upper that fits an AR-15 lower which makes it restricted. A Canadian company offered a lower which required permanently modifying the upper so it no longer worked with an AR-15 lower. Under those conditions the rifle now became a non-restricted.

    There are a number of companies that manufacture a proprietary upper/lower that use a large number of AR parts but don't fit AR uppers/lowers. The Stag 10 is an example of this as to the number of DPMS 308 AR parts it uses but is not considered a 308 AR or variant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESnel View Post
    There are a number of companies that manufacture a proprietary upper/lower that use a large number of AR parts but don't fit AR uppers/lowers. The Stag 10 is an example of this as to the number of DPMS 308 AR parts it uses but is not considered a 308 AR or variant.
    You can fit at least one upper that is supplied with a restricted rifle, to the Stag 10 lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrCanoehead View Post
    You can fit at least one upper that is supplied with a restricted rifle, to the Stag 10 lower.
    And which upper is that?

    The Stag 10 is only restricted if the barrel is too short. Regular AR10 and AR15 uppers do not fit. Its a proprietary design that is not compatible with others, hence the non-restricted status. But thanks for coming out.

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    Shrug. Mine fits and it fires great. Takedown pins are a little tight, that's all. Trigger is aftermarket though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrCanoehead View Post
    Shrug. Mine fits and it fires great. Takedown pins are a little tight, that's all. Trigger is aftermarket though.
    And what upper did you make fit? Pictures?

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