Can your rifle be accurately aimed one-handed?

Rogue | Vortex scope and red dot | X14 drum

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9 Responses to Can your rifle be accurately aimed one-handed?

  1. Erin Palette says:

    … now I have a gunboner.

  2. Fallin Fast says:

    Is that a rack for a rail??

  3. CamTec says:

    She appears to be well counter balanced. @ Erin, impossible.

  4. Henry says:

    Meddle not with the daughters of Lilith,particularly if they be armed!

  5. MAJ Mike says:

    Absolutely lovely.

    The young lady’s cute, too.

  6. tad stratton says:

    I must admit I didn’t like the stock when I first saw it. Looked too bulky and awkward. Got to put enough rounds downrange in standing,rps, and prone to get a feel for the gun. Shots ranged from spittin’ distance to 300 yds. I have been shooting the M14/M1A for over 40 years. From issue guns to custom sniper (M21&25) versions. I just got through stocking my M1A NM. Spent over $800 on the stock and other parts to update it. As soon as I can afford it I will restock it in a Rogue. The balance and speed of manipulation are awsome.


  7. LarryArnold says:

    With a scope that long, it would be interesting to see if a manufacturer could mount an auxiliary open/peep sight on top.

    • Joel Funk says:

      There is a red dot sight attached to that scope. Look closely. It’s on a mount attached to the left hand side of the scope tube. Another one of Rogue’s products.

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