Assembly Pictures and Videos








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Pull down the back of your triggerguard and that will remove the entire trigger assembly, then the action pulls right out of the stock.

These are your parts, as above. First unscrew the two big bolts from the sides of the cheekpiece and slide that off the back.

The front sight comes off very easily with an Allen screw.

This is the front clamp that installs with two Allen screws.

Pull down the back of your triggerguard and that will remove the entire trigger assembly, then the action pulls right out of the stock.

The Rogue comes with good instructions, including the trick of how to get this rear sight apart. If you fiddle with it you can figure it out yourself.

The front sight comes off very easily with an Allen screw.

This is the front clamp that installs with two Allen screws.

This is the front clamp and it installs with this Allen screw.

The op rod comes out the side like this, lined up right under the sight. This can be difficult and you may need to grab the charging handle with a pliers in a piece of leather or cloth to wrestle it out the first time.

This is the charging handle that mounts to the left of the stock looking from the stop, so you have both a right and a left charging handle on the Rogue.

You can mount the top rail to the clamps first.

Or you can drop the receiver into the bottom part of the Rogue and mount the rail from there.

Either way you will want to check the square on it with a level so you don’t run into difficulties with zeroing the scope if the rail isn’t straight.

The trigger assembly drops in just like it does in the regular stock, and it holds the whole thing together, just like with a regular M1A. You catch the trigger bar as you put it in.

This extra trigger guard clips on easily.

Those big bolts are on both sides of the cheekpiece and hold it on. It slides on the back and clips right in, then you screw the bolts down.

When she’s done she’s done, and then you can put on your other stuff to make her even heavier. But it’s so worth it!