Stag Arms Announces Release of Stag PXC-9 Series

Stag Arms Announces Release of Stag PXC-9 Series
Stag Arms Announces Release of Stag PXC-9 Series

New Britain, CT-(Ammoland.com)- Stag Arms, LLC is pleased to announce the release of the highly-anticipated Stag PXC-9 Series. The 9x19mm chambered series has been purpose-built to bring reliability from the pistol caliber platform and addresses all the features that users have been asking for, including GLOCK Magazines and Last Round Bolt Hold Open.

Stag Arms | Stag PXC-9 Series

“The Stag PXC-9 Series is the newest edition to our ever-evolving line-up of AR-style firearms,” said Anthony Ash, President for Stag Arms, LLC. “By looking at the proprietary bolt and the enhanced features on the receivers, customers will notice that the Stag PXC Series stands out from the competition. This model not only reaffirms our commitment to producing high-quality and reliable firearms, but also our commitment to innovating for our customers.”

The Stag PXC will initially be offered in 9x19mm with additional calibers (.40S&W, 10mm, .45ACP) being offered later this summer. Four different models are available at the initial release: 16” Carbines, 10” Pistols, 10” SBRs and 5.5” Pistols that are built on forged 7075 Aluminum receivers with Nitride coated 4150 CMV barrels and a completely re-designed bolt.

Stag PXC 10” Pistol
Stag PXC 10” Pistol

Last Round Bolt Open

The last round bolt hold open was designed to work reliably with GLOCK and GLOCK-pattern pistol magazines. The design of the last round bolt hold open assembly protects from dirt and debris providing reliable operation even for extended shooting sessions.

Custom Designed Bolt

The Stag PXC bolt is a work of art on its own. It is custom designed to mate with the cone breech in the barrel, ensuring the strength, safety, smooth feeding and reliability shooters demand from a pistol caliber carbine. The bolt’s weight is optimized to provide the best possible performance and features controlled round feeding from the magazine. The bolt works in conjunction with the extractor, ejector, and the optimized PXC ejection port and brass deflector in the upper receiver combines to give strong, reliable, and consistent ejection of the fired cases. The Stag PXC ejector is designed to withstand normal handling as well as hard use without having to worry about damage.

The remaining calibers of .40S&W, 10mm, and .45ACP will be released August of 2019. The Stag PXC Left-Handed Series is on schedule for 2020.

SPECS

  • Caliber: 9x19mm
  • Action: Semi-Auto Gas Blowback
  • Barrel: 4150 CMV Nitride, Available in 16”, 10” and 5.5”
  • Twist: 1:10
  • Muzzle Device: VG6 Gamma 9mm Compensator (1/2×28)
  • Handguard: Stag M-LOK SL Gen2
  • Bolt: Nitride Bolt
  • Finish: Hard Coat Type III Anodize

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Stag Arms was founded in May 2003 with the goal of producing reliable, 100 percent American made Modern Sporting Rifles (MSR). The Company quickly became a market leader and one of the largest MSR manufactures in the United States. Since its early days, Stag has remained at the forefront of innovation, first by offering both left and right-handed MSR platforms, and by designing new models and features based on customer recommendations. All of Stag’s rifles come with an industry leading lifetime transferable warranty and an infinite shot guarantee on the barrel.

  • 4 thoughts on “Stag Arms Announces Release of Stag PXC-9 Series

    1. I own a Freedom Ordnance FX-9 that uses Glock magazines. A great gun, but would love to have the 5.5 inch Stag also.

    2. Take my money now for the 10mm! Maybe Glock and others will finally make happy sticks for that caliber that dont require a bunch of hinky bolt on parts.

    3. Would love a 10″ 9mm but that would take a Smith & Wesson M&P magazine’s. I understand that there is a big community of glock out there but they are not the only ones.

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