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Does Anyone Have a Rogat LES?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Confederate, Nov 15, 2006.

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  1. Confederate

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    This was a huge 9mm pistol from the '80s that had a reputation for being a better paperweight than an actual handgun. I'm just curious to see if anyone still has one. Thanks!
     
  2. CZF

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    Good God! I hope not. However, there are some MAMBA pistols still for sale if you need one.
     
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    I didn't think very many LES Rogat pistols actually made it onto the market.
    They are something like the fabled Ruger XGI .308 rifles.
     
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    I think they are being used as boat anchors. :D
     
  5. Phil DeGraves

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    Actually, I think it was called a Rogak and it was identical to the Steyr GB.
     
  6. g1726

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    The name is Rogak as mentioned above. I've never seen a Rogak in person, but it is based off of the Steyr GB, but they are not exactly the same. I’ve recently been playing a bit with a friend's Steyr and they are quite nice. However the operating system relys on good machining on the barrel OD and the barrel bushing ID. Without that it will be just a blowback.

    The Rogak is reputed to not have the same quality of manufacture as the Steyr and that really hampered it’s reputation.
     
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