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Knight Armament Stoner SR-25 .308 Win.

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No question the new-condition Stoner we had on loan (not from themanufacturer) was a tack driver, putting all three brands of ammo into 1-inch groups. That's nice, but we believe the price differencebetween it and the ArmaLite would buy lots of barrels and trigger jobs, lots of ammunition, food for the kids, vacations to Spain, and you'd still have money left over. Finally, we had less than good results in our contacts with Knight Armament, with numerous promises made and none kept. We would not buy the Knight because of cost and our negative experience with the company's poor customer service.

Knight Armament Stoner SR-25 .308 Win.

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The serrated ring in front of the action indicates this is a free-floated barrel. The magazines of the AR10 and this SR-25 did not interchange. We liked the detachable handle, and greatly liked the feel of the rifle without scope, but a scope let us verify the Stoner's outstanding accuracy.
A bit more angular than the AR10, the Knight/Stoner was very well made and functioned perfectly.

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