During TriggrCon last week, Gearhead Works released the Gearhead Works One Pistol chambered in 300 Blackout. The bolt-action pistol is built on a blank Remington 700 receivers, then kitted out to offer a cool and customized look. The company said the receiver is fitted with a Gearhead Works patented ATF approved Tailhook Pistol Brace to offer a suppressor-ready firearm that can easily slip into a backpack.
The One Pistol measures 19.25-inches folded and weighs just over five pounds. The base model comes cerakoted in a single color though customers have the option to upgrade to nearly any configuration or color for a truly custom experience. The pistol starts at $1,500.
In addition to the One Pistol, the company also released its newest folding stock, the MP5K Folder. Made with the same materials as H&K, the folder was designed to work alongside Gearworks Mod 1 Tailhook Pistol Brace. The Mod 1 retails for $119.
Rounding out the latest gear, Gearhead Works unveiled their new pistol grip for the CZ Scorpion. The pistol grip boasts elevated features like a loop for 550 cord, storage compartment in the base and a more ergonomic design for better trigger control. No word yet on price.
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