SHOT Show 2011–Final Day

FROM DAY FOUR: Stag Arms Mo. 3 AR15 Stag introduced…



Stag Arms Mo. 3 AR15
Stag introduced their Stag Mo. 3 AR15 rifle.  The weapon was designed as an economical entry-level gun, retailing for a very reasonable $895.00. The Mo. 3 is chambered in 5.56mm and features a chrome-lined 16-inch barrel and carbine-length gas system. Diamond Head handguard may be configured with optional short rails for accessory mounting.  Buttstock is a 6-position collapsible unit with a Mil Spec tube. Both upper receiver and handguard feature Picatinny top rails, and the gas block is a flat-top unit, also with Picatinny. All Stag Arms rifles carry a lifetime warranty, and 85% of production of parts and components are in-house for the highest level of quality control. For more information, please visit, or call 860-229-9994.


Del-Ton DT3000
Delton introduced their new DT3000 Sport AR15 rifle in 5.56mm, intended to be a very competitively priced entry-level gun.  The DT3000 features a flattop Picatinny upper receiver, carbine-length gas system, a pencil barrel, collapsible 6-position telescoping or A2 buttstock, and A2 handguards.  The DT3000 retails for only $699.00, and will be available within the first few months of 2011. For more information, please visit, or call 910-645-2172.


Blackheart International SPR
Blackheart International of Philippi, West Virginia, had their BHI SPR on display, along with two other rifles. The BHI-15 SPR is an AR15 chambered in 5.56mm, and features a 20-inch barrel with a 1/7 twist, chrome-plated bolt carrier assembly, and a titanium firing pin with titanium nitride coating. Receivers are machined from aluminum billet. Buttstock is a MagPul PRS, adjustable for length of pull and cheek riser height.  The weapon also features a Giesselle 2-stage DMR trigger, a free-float slotted tube upon which Picatinny rails may be mounted, a Gas Buster charging handle, a DPMS Panther pistol grip, and Harris bipod.  The BHI-15 SPR retails for $2875.00, and is available now. For more information, please contact, or call 304-457-1280.


Yankee Hill Machine Inc.
New from Yankee Hill Machine Inc. for 2011 is their “Real Tree AP” furniture set for AR15 rifles.  The set is available with a collapsible carbine stock or standard A2 buttstock, Mil Spec pistol grip, carbine or rifle length customizable free-float tube with forearm end cap for aesthetics and to keep dirt and debris out of the hand guards, and 2 customizable rails to mount on the tube.  The Real Tree AP furniture set is available now at a retail of $335.00. For more information, please visit, or call 877-892-6533.


Brite Strike
Among new products from Brite Strike is their Flex-athon Baton Integrated Light. The Baton Light is a collapsible baton constructed from thermo plastic which integrates a powerful LED light, negating the need for law enforcement officers to carry both pieces of equipment.  The tactical touch switch, mounted in the body of the baton near its base activates high intensity light with the first depression of the switch, low with the second, and a defensive strobe mode with the third.  Retail is $222.00, and the baton is available now. For more information, please visit, or call 508-746-8701.

Load Comments
  • Nick

    The Royal Arms Breaching Shotguns and Barrels are now being sold to the public. I had one when I was in the Army and now that I am out I wanted one for Home defense, so I contacted them recently and they sold me their new 4 point breacher it is Fu*king bad ass. if you want the best call John at Royal arms.

  • Yes folks buy Brite Strike lights. Great product, awesome warranty and very nice people. My booth was right next to them so I got a chance to talk a lot with them and they are really excited about some of their new products. My one issue is the retail pricing. Hoping they could get down to $.60/Lumen.

    Designed by cops for hard use. I like mine since there is no twisting of a bezel, no programming of the button, just hit it once for High, bump for low, bump for strobe. Simple and bright! 190 lumens out of one CR123.

  • Justin

    People actually buy Brite Strike?!