JUGGERNAUT TACTICAL was showing off their M14 Rogue Chassis – a drop-in bullpup conversion stock for the M14 (M1A). The Rogue Chassis moves the M14’s action 11 3/4″ closer to your shoulder which significantly lowers the overall length of the M14. It also boasts a solid trigger feel, plenty of rail space for various accessories, a nicely executed left-side charging handle, and a push button safety which I think is an improvement over the M14’s standard safety. I was surprised at how light the system felt, especially when paired with an 18″ Springfield Scout Squad M1A.

In addition to the Rogue Chassis, they were also showing their JuggerMount optics mount, Main Optics Mount, and a couple of muzzle brakes.

18″ M1A in a Rogue Chassis shown with Aimpoint.

18″ M1A with Rogue Chassis and Main Optics Mount. This was a surprisingly light weight configuration.

This Rogue Chassis was set up for long range precision shooting.

The left-side charging handle is one the best features of the Rogue Chassis.

This butt pad doesn’t slip.

The MOM (Main Optics Mount) is a light weight mounting option for small red dot sights. This one is shown with an optional bubble level.

The JuggerMount can be used to mount a mini red dot sight to your magnified optic. It is available for 30mm, 34mm, and 1 inch scope tubes and the reversible mounting plate allows it to work with just about any of the common mini red dots.

The JuggerMount is also available with an option bubble level.

The JuggerBrake is available in several versions. This version is optimized for long range use.

The CQC versions of the JuggerBrake are available with porting optimized for either left or right handed shooters.

This Multicam hydro-coated version of the Rogue Chassis was being raffled to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

2 Responses to Bullpup Shoot 2012: JUGGERNAUT TACTICAL

  1. Kevin October 2, 2012 at 17:53 #

    Matt, do you have plans to fully test and review this conversion kit in the near future?

    • Matt October 2, 2012 at 17:57 #

      Not at this time. I got rid of my M1As ages ago.

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