History[edit | edit source]
The Rogue was designed as a platform for a short 7.62×51mm NATO rifle. The rifle was manufactured from 2012 by U.S. Tactical Supply Inc., but rights to the design and manufacture appear to have been transferred to another company known as Juggernaut Tactical as of 2019. The chassis appears to have been discontinued by its manufacturer.
Design Details[edit | edit source]
The Rogue is a drop-in chassis for any M14 rifle platform. A number of parts on the M14 need to be removed before the weapon can be dropped into the chassis. The weapon has a 16 in (41 cm) barrel with a breaching-style muzzle known as the JuggerBrake, which acts as a recoil reducer and as a flash hider; the muzzle can also be used for door breaching. The weapon has a push-button safety and is ambidextrous; the charging handle can be placed on either side of the weapon.
The Rogue can fit most M14 variants, including the Springfield M1A SOCOM 16 and also has the capability to mount fully-automatic M14 rifles.
Variants[edit | edit source]
- Juggernaut Rogue FPSRussia Special Edition
Variant of the Rogue chassis with chromed stock. Ten were produced.
See also[edit | edit source]
- SRSS Bulldog, similar bullpup chassis for an M14 rifle