MSAR STG-E4 Gun Review

The MSAR STG-E4 is a very impressive rifle based on Styr AUGs. The first Styr AUGs were manufactured in 1977 in Austria.

Performance

Upon its release, it was considered a remarkably unique weapon since it pushes the trigger in front of the major mechanisms of rifle. With the release of Styr AUG, a very powerful "bullpup" pistol was created.

MSAR is a US-based manufacturer of handgun that specializes on "imitations" of Styr model of handguns. Don't let the tag "imitation" fool you because MSAR is slowly becoming a favorite rifle manufacturer of gun enthusiasts. The company has already sold more than 10,000 rifles and the STG-E4 is one of their latest creations.

Features

At first glance, the MSAR STG-E4 can't be differentiated with the standard Styr-AUG. But that's only when the guns are presented in their basic forms. When you take a closer look at the rifles, you'll notice that the railing of the MSAR (where you can use the scope) is placed in a different area. The standard Styr AUG that uses railing are placed on top of the barrel while the STG-E4's railing is integrated in the barrel.

This means the scope of STG-E4 is relatively lower, and presumably more accurate compared to the Styr AUG. Take note that not all Styr AUGs have railing on top. The MSAR STG-E4 has emulated its looks from Styr AUG A3 - a powerful Styr version because of its ability to be integrated with various peripherals.

Appeal

The MSAR STG-E4 may just be replica of the Styr AUG A3, but it has pushed for more accessories and a better weight. It's a great gun for experienced rifle owners as it provides the needed power and accuracy in any situation.

Summary

Headline: 

The MSAR STG-E4 is a very impressive rifle based on Styr AUGs. The first Styr AUGs were manufactured in 1977 in Austria.

Performance Rating: 
8.2
Performance: 

Upon its release, it was considered a remarkably unique weapon since it pushes the trigger in front of the major mechanisms of rifle. With the release of Styr AUG, a very powerful "bullpup" pistol was created.

MSAR is a US-based manufacturer of handgun that specializes on "imitations" of Styr model of handguns. Don't let the tag "imitation" fool you because MSAR is slowly becoming a favorite rifle manufacturer of gun enthusiasts. The company has already sold more than 10,000 rifles and the STG-E4 is one of their latest creations.

Features Rating: 
8.4
Features: 

At first glance, the MSAR STG-E4 can't be differentiated with the standard Styr-AUG. But that's only when the guns are presented in their basic forms. When you take a closer look at the rifles, you'll notice that the railing of the MSAR (where you can use the scope) is placed in a different area. The standard Styr AUG that uses railing are placed on top of the barrel while the STG-E4's railing is integrated in the barrel.

This means the scope of STG-E4 is relatively lower, and presumably more accurate compared to the Styr AUG. Take note that not all Styr AUGs have railing on top. The MSAR STG-E4 has emulated its looks from Styr AUG A3 - a powerful Styr version because of its ability to be integrated with various peripherals.

Appeal Rating: 
8.7
Appeal: 

The MSAR STG-E4 may just be replica of the Styr AUG A3, but it has pushed for more accessories and a better weight. It's a great gun for experienced rifle owners as it provides the needed power and accuracy in any situation.

Handling MSAR STG-E4 is actually surprisingly handy. Many people are complaining about the positioning of bullpups since you are required to extend your hand. But that feature actually makes STG-E4 a very impressive rifle to handle. Since it's heavy and has a lot of firepower, it has the potential to push you back if you are not ready. If your hand is extended to all the way to the trigger, your shoulders should provide the needed stability.

This is very handy when you're using STG-E4 with complete accessories. You will need your shoulder to control that heavy weapon.
The STG-E4 comes with a polymer body as they try to make it as light as possible. But as already indicated, it's still on the heavy side. The trigger is not that bad but an inexperienced rifle handler will find it hard to control the trigger as it's attached to the long connector bars. But the rifle comes with a very smart safety mechanism as it can initiate with a simple push of the thumb.

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