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Old 04-29-2012, 23:06   #1
Apetrulis01
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Colt "Pro" CRP-18 vs. Stag 3G

I am going to start getting in three gun shooting a lot more. Right now I have a Rock River Lower with a BCM Midlenght upper with a standard A2 front post. This doubles as my duty rifle (Deputy Sheriff) and my three gun rifle. Yet I am limited because I cannot mount a 1-4x on the BCM because the front post is in the way; and I do not like ot have it mounted high to get over the front post.

I was looking at the Stag 3G to replace my rifle. Then I saw that Colt is making a 3 Gun rifle and it looks sweat.

My question is this: Being that the Rifle is going to do double duty (Work/play) would you go with the Stag 3G at 1450 MSRP or go with the Colt Pro at 1999 MRSP.

The Colt has an adjustable gas system to tune your rifle to various loads where the 3G does not.

The rifle with be running an Aimpoint for duty and a 1-4x for 3 gun.

Give me your honest opinion.

Thanks,
Adam
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