Black Collar Arms now producing Bolt Action Pistol Builder Kits

Black Collar Arms Pork Sword Chassis Builder Kit
Black Collar Arms Pork Sword Chassis Builder Kit

Austin, TX –-(Ammoland.com)- Black Collar Arms is in production! Our Remington 700 short action-compatible Pork Sword Chassis will be shipping to customers next month. In the meantime we're taking pre-orders (which, for a couple more weeks only, will come with a free Warfighter Tobacco cigar!) and have now made it even easier for our customers:

Announcing the Pork Sword Chassis Builder Kit!

Pork Sword Chassis Builder Kit
Pork Sword Chassis Builder Kit

Intended to provide most of the critical components for your pistol build project, we've bundled our 7075 aluminum chassis and 4-slot FARend with an SB Tactical FS1913 pistol brace and the pistol-length barrel of your choice. Then we've thrown in one of the best grips available for this size firearm, the ERGO Swift Grip, at no charge.

With factory stripped actions starting at around $300 and magazines around $28, a complete Pork Sword Chassis pistol is possible for just under a thousand dollars.

Build Your Bolt Action Pistol Here!

Our $299.99 chassis and $125-$160 barrels are a heck of a deal, but we aren't stopping at awesome prices. For all of our Builder Kits (and many future items) our customers now have the ability to put 33% down and pay the balance over the next two months. No fees or interest or anything silly like that.

pistol-length barrels for the Remington 700
Pistol-length barrels for the Remington 700

Announcing pistol-length barrels for the Remington 700!

Off-the-shelf shorty barrels for the R700 aren't easy to find, so we've done the hard work for you. We're proud to offer 300 BLK, .458 SOCOM, and .308 Win barrels in lengths from 6.5 inches to 12.5 inches and starting at just $125!

Off-the-shelf shorty barrels for the R700 aren't easy to find, so we've done the hard work for you.
Off-the-shelf shorty barrels for the R700 aren't easy to find, so we've done the hard work for you.

Quality is top notch with clean threads, square shoulders, 41V50 construction, and a really slick lock nut system. Most Remington 700 barrels must be installed professionally, but thanks to the Savage-style lock nut on these bad boys you can install at home with just a few readily-available tools. Heck, it allows caliber changes in about 15 minutes. All while retaining better-than-factory accuracy in most cases.

Questions? Visit our “Building a Pork Sword Pistol” page to learn more about how to build a bolt action pistol. From components to process to other options, we tried to cover it all.


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Howard Casey Key
Howard Casey Key
1 year ago

I love it very nice just a gun no more are the calbers just changing barrel only ftom the picture of the total gun is what you get i font want to order it and get it part of its not there is there alit of sales so far

Son_of_Liberty
Son_of_Liberty
1 year ago

I’m wondering if the chassis will accommodate a telescoping brace like the MPX PSB. It looks like it may be wide enough. Some Dremel work may be in order. Too bad there’s not an EBR style brace.

Gregory Romeu
Gregory Romeu
1 year ago

Great “engineering”? NOT! Looks like nobody else caught the fact that these guys are selling you a RIGHT HANDED BOLT-ACTION, “Pistol”? How’s that supposed to work for you when you want to operate your bolt?

Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
1 year ago
Reply to  Gregory Romeu

No, that’s not the case. We sell a chassis. You can put whatever Remington 700 short action footprint action in it that you please. As you’ll see in some of the pics, our chassis is cut to accommodate both right- and left-handed actions!

Rock
Rock
1 year ago

Never liked the look of the savage with the barrel nut.

Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
1 year ago
Reply to  Rock

Build a standard Remington 700 then! Our primary product is the $299.99 stripped chassis for you to build out however you please. It accepts any R700 short action footprint action. The builder kits are just for convenience for folks who want more of that one stop shopping package.

KD
KD
1 year ago

The pistol shown appears to have Barrel mounted like normal 700 but the barrels in kit have that Savage nut. So the complete pistol shown does not represent the actual product. Please post picture of how the product will look with parts you are selling.

Chris
Chris
1 year ago

Hi, This is Chris from Black Collar Arms. We understand people are skeptical. Tons of shooters have been burnt in the past. We are shipping chassis in mid April. Delivering product on time is very important to us. We know we need to earn your trust. The response so far has been amazing. We have received tons of support from our preorder customers. BTW Ian is one of my favorite gun guys.

Kenneth
Kenneth
1 year ago

Buyer’s be careful. Anyone thinking about this should hear Ian from forgotten weapon’s advice at 24:00- in this video:
“I will never again pay for a firearm that is not ready to ship. In fact, if they even ask for that it makes me skeptical of their motives.”

Chris
Chris
1 year ago
Reply to  Kenneth

Hi, this is Chris from Black Collar Arms. We totally understand people’s hesitation to buy from a new company. Tons of us have been burnt. We know we have to earn your trust. Our chassis is shipping in mid April. We hate it when companies miss delivery deadlines. Again, we totally get your hesitation. Keep an eye on us, we are trying hard.

Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
Jeremy from Black Collar Arms
1 year ago
Reply to  Kenneth

Certainly not mandatory! We’ll have our components in stock in a month so if you aren’t comfortable with a pre-order situation then simply wait a few. I’m no fan of preorders or backorders myself! This was never actually our plan — we intended to launch only when we were ready to ship. But we were presented with an opportunity at SHOT Show to put our prototype chassis in four different booths and possibly in a bay at Range Day. Too good to pass up, but we also didn’t want all sorts of press and website traffic and whatnot without a… Read more »