Volquartsen solution for the left-handed.

Volquartsen Ultra Lite .22 is an awesome rifle, but the thumbhole stock is fairly long and designed purely for right-handed users. Fortunately, one minute with a screwdriver puts on an even lighter Hogue stock which is shorter and ambidextrous. Add a Gemtech rimfire suppressor, an Aimpoint T1 and Black Dog machine 50 round drum, and this becomes a pretty serious tool for steel challenge. And, just in case, Rudy Project eye protection.

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2 Responses to Volquartsen solution for the left-handed.

  1. Frank Ch. Eigler says:

    Great photos!

  2. Lyle says:

    Forget whether you’re right or left handed. That’s not the point.

    Symmetrical stocks are the way to go. The idea that one must use a firearm with only the strong hand, is silly. Why should a silly idea be built into the firearm itself, when it is completely unnecessary? It’s bad enough that some people won’t train weak hand. It’s worse yet when one-handedness is mandated by the weapon.

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