Stag Arms is pretty much a name for AR-15s for the left-handed shooter, so let us begin with their full-featured 3-Gun Elite left-handed upper receiver. As far as left-handed rifles go, and quality accessories, the Stag 15L Tactical offers none other than the best.
Companies such as Davidson Defense and Stag Arms produce sturdy, quality upper receivers and bolt carrier groups, and the custom builds are often cheaper than the pre-built rifles that are already assembled for either a left-handed person or an ambidextrous person. One of the reasons manufacturers shy away from focusing on left-handed rifles is that customizing a rifle is fairly straightforward.
Right-handed rifles can be customized to have a left-handed upper and lower, meaning that they can put a safeties, an ejector port, and a stock that fits the way they hold their hands. Before diving head-first into this issue, which is plaguing left-handed shooters, let us look at the differences between ambidextrous rifles (we will just call them ambis), left-handed, and right-handed.
If you are left-handed, you may have noticed that many firearms and gear are made for right-handed folks. Check out our list of best guns for left-handed shooters to find even more firearms for lefties. The main consideration for a rifleman who shoots a left-handed shotgun is not getting shot with flying lead by the rifles right-handed, semi-automatic slide.
When zeroed in, a semi-automatic rifle will shoot shell casings out of the right side of the rifle, straight into an unlucky left-handed shooter. The safety is, naturally, a slant-handle, while Magpuls polymer buttstock, loose-moving rail, and the general feel of the rifle ensures precise shooting each time the trigger is pulled. Other cool features like a free-floating, M-LOK-loaded, 13.5-inch-long handguard, mid-length gas system, and Magpul MOE furniture add up to an interesting, practical rifle in the Stag 15 Retro LH. This A2-styled rifle reflects that classic M16 look, but in a southpaw configuration with only semi-automatic controls.
Its left-handed bolt carrier group features a Mil-Spec seated gas block, with manganese phosphate coating and chrome plating on the bolt well and gas block. As we have come to expect from Black Rain Ordnance, Black Rain Ordnances Left-Handed BRO-BCG is a rugged piece of kit that offers a lot of bang for your buck, and it is sure to never disappoint you when it is needed. Black Rain Ordnances Left-Handed BRO-BCG is an excellent throw-in solution if you are looking for a left-handed bolt carrier group. Their Durabolt Left-Handed BCG is milled from Carpenter hardened tool steel grade 158, and then coated for corrosion resistance and improved smoothness.
Side-loading is nice because you do not need to shift your head or supporting hands to load your rifle, meaning you can maintain a shooting posture while clearing a malfunction.
We will connect with your local distributor, and your firearm will be in the shop within 3 or so business days. It might take another day or two for your FFL Dealer to be ready to handle transferring your firearm to you. Most orders are processed within 2-3 business days of us receiving and verifying information from the FFL Dealer. Select the local Federal Firearms Licensee (FFL) dealer who will take your gun and finalize your transfer.
Once the firearm is placed into the cart and has been paid for, you will receive a confirmation email with the order number and additional instructions. AR-style rifles purchased and sold to non-LEO customers in New York State MUST come equipped with the New York State Secure Act Compliance Kit.