Rogue bullpup

M1A action in a Rogue stock, Nightforce 5.5-22x scope, L3 MRDS backup optic.

Shorter version without the scope.

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10 Responses to Rogue bullpup

  1. LarryArnold says:

    I wonder what the chances are that it will be included on the list of “assault wepons?” ;-)

    • Paul Koning says:

      The standard test is “does this look scary if you’re a California liberal”? It looks like it would pass that test… :-}

  2. Robert says:

    Looks heavy in that first photo. Weight?

  3. Aaron Spuler says:

    That just looks MEAN. I want one :)

    The only problem with bullpups is that I shoot lefty, so that means that ejected cases would pop me in the face.

  4. Steve says:

    Who makes that comp?

  5. tad stratton says:

    Having shot two different guns with this conversion I plan on restocking my M1a NM with this. I’ve been shooting an M14/M1a since I was first issued one a lifetime ago. I don’t remember the weight but can tell you it does handle easier than a conventional stocked rifle. The balance is centered to the body so any difference in weight is negated by this. It makes the rifle more steady in any position even prone. Also the balance makes it much faster to put on target and transition to movers or multiples.

    I also think when I get my rifle restocked it will improve my groups. It will certainly make it easier for me to use.

    I think the compensator is from Rogue as well.

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  7. Duane says:

    It adds about 2 pounds above a standard stock but changes the balance and maneuverability.

  8. Lyle says:

    Sight over bore distance is pretty radical. I don’t know if it would make a good trap shooting rifle, but I’d be willing to try it.

  9. Snackeater says:

    Who makes the magazine?

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