Gear Head Works offers up ONE Pistol

12/28/18 11:00 AM | by

The ONE Pistol is chambered in .300 BLK and features a threaded barrel. (Photo: Gear Head Works)

Gear Head Works is working on a new bolt-action pistol known as the ONE pistol, created to serve the hunting community with a compact firearm.

Currently offered in 300 BLK, the ONE Pistol begins with a virgin Model 7 action and is topped with an ATF approved Tailhook brace. Boasting a Magpul grip and a custom Cerakote of the shooter’s choice, the pistol also delivers its Tailhook in the choice of two colors.

The ONE Pistol comes in multiple color configurations. (Photo: Gear Head Works)

Altogether, the system weighs between 5.3 and 5.7-pounds, depending on optics, with a folded length of 19.25-inches. Offering 5/8-24 threads, Gear Head Works said the idea originated a few years ago as an option for hunters looking for a compact, suppressor compatible platform.

“The goal was to create a suppressor host that would fit in a backpack and be as quiet as possible,” Gear Head Works said on its site. “We succeeded.”

The ONE Pistol is compatible with .223 AICS pattern magazines and ships with a 10-round mag. The company says multiple configurations are available, granting shooters with a variety of choices for a customized look.

Though the first run of the ONE Pistol has sold out, a second iteration will be offered though no details on exactly when. The ONE Pistol starts at $1,500.

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