.: Pork Sword Chassis is the chassis only. FARend (Forward Accessory Rod), brace or stock, and other accessories sold separately
.: Accepts left- or right-handed Remington 700 footprint short actions (we highly recommend a custom pistol or rifle build from Alamo Precision Rifles!)
.: Machined from a solid block of 7075 billet aircraft aluminum
.: Only 14.7 ounces
.: Type III Hard Coat Anodized (standard — Cerakote options available)
.: Accepts most AR-15 pistol grips
.: Accepts any M1913 Picatinny rail-compatible pistol stabilizing brace (FS1913 recommended) or shoulder stock (BCA Stock Options recommended)
.: Accepts AICS pattern, single-stack magazines (PMAG recommended)
.: Two front Picatinny rails for barrier stop, bipod, angled or vertical forward grip, and/or Black Collar Arms FARend or handguard adapter (2nd front Pic rail not seen on these prototypes)
.: Ambidextrous QD sling sockets front and rear
.: Uses standard, 1-inch AR-15 grip screws for the front and rear action screws and for the grip (duh). Cool, eh?
.: 100% designed and manufactured in Texas from domestic aluminum
Why a Bolt Action Pistol?
- Handy size and lighter weight without the expense, complication, or restrictions of a short barreled rifle (SBR)
- Extremely quiet for the shooter when suppressed compared to most semi-autos
- Just as accurate as a bolt action rifle. In many cases improved barrel stiffness can increase accuracy and reduce heat-related point of impact shift. 185 grain Federal Gold Medal Berger Juggernaut .308 is supersonic to about 930 yards from a 10-inch barrel; muzzle velocity about 2,161 fps or slightly higher with suppressor.
- Hunting-related restrictions on loaded rifles in vehicles do not apply to handguns
- Enjoy additional hunting season dates in some states
- Simplified ownership and legality in restrictive states and localities compared to semi-auto rifles or handguns
- It’s freaking cool!
- It’s freaking fun! No, seriously, these are so incredibly fun to shoot. Pull your Pork Sword Pistol out of your backpack, unfold that brace, plop down on the bipod, and make accurate hits beyond 800 yards from a 10-inch pistol? Yes, please.
- Click HERE for information on how to build a bolt action pistol.
- FARend — The Pork Sword Chassis’ integral front Pic rail is a bit close for a bipod. Mount it out farther with our FARend. That’s Forward Accessory Rod. Then the word “end” so it sounds like forend. Anyway, the FARend’s M-LOK® slots allow you to mount a bipod, angled or vertical forward grip, and/or barrier stop(s) out in front of the Pork Sword Chassis, all nice and close to the bore. A lightweight, minimalist, and simple solution for extending accessories up to a foot farther out front. The production version will be quick detach. (ETA late Q1, early Q2)
- Handguards — yes, yes, we’re finalizing the design on those, too. (ETA Q2)
- Stock Options — lightweight, M1913 Picatinny rail-compatible, folding stocks from Black Collar Arms are coming! These will have a typical length of pull for a rifle. Our Preferred Stock Option will have an adjustable cheek rest and butt pad. (ETA late Q1, early Q2)
- Black Collar Arms’ own custom pistol action (ETA mid-late Q2, maybe early Q3). Once ready, we will be submitting this to California’s Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale so it’s an easy purchase for our customers who aren’t lucky enough to live in the U.S. of A.
- Chassis for other firearms, from Ruger 10/22 to…well…we aren’t spilling the beans quite yet but other fits are coming very soon! Sign up for our email notifications to be…well…notified.
With subsonic ammo a suppressed, bolt-action .308 is quieter at the shooter’s ear than any semi-auto 300 Blackout. Or…
A 10-inch .308 Winchester is more capable than one might think! Here’s some chronograph data you may find handy (click any image to enlarge), plus a ballistic chart for the 185 grain Federal Gold Medal Berger Juggernaut: