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Stag Arms Left-Hand Super Varminter 223 Rem.

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GUN TESTS GRADE: B+
The Stag Arms SA6 shot great on the bench and was the favorite gun of several testers, especially those used to bolt actions. On the negative side of the ledger: The ergo grip was undersized for off-hand shooting, and it was very front-heavy. We'd like to see a vented forend to reduce the weight and a more substantial stock, such as the PRS.

Stag Arms Left-Hand Super Varminter 223 Rem.

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The ergo grip proved to be too petite to manhandle the 9.7-pound gun into shooting position. The manufacturer has recently changed it to a Hogue rubber grip.
Stag supplies its lefty 6L with an ambi-safety, making it right-hand friendly as well. The gun is also available as a right-hand model, the SA6, $1055.
The Stag Arms 6L shot the second-best groups with the Black Hills ammo, and the second-best groups with the Winchester 55-grain load.

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