The Razorback was designed by Ian Morgan and German Sport Guns after the Sawfly failed in 2014. Advertised as "tomorrow's generation of sporting rifle for today's customers", the Razorback is marketed by Bedford Target Supplies and is touted as "a stylish bullpup rifle design which has as its core an ethos of functionality". The weapon appears to have not entered full production.
The Razorback uses a number of different parts from various German Sport Guns replica weapons; the trigger and magazine are taken from their MP 40 replica and the barrel and bolt assembly from their StG 44 replica. The weapon has a side-folding charging handle located on the left side of the gun.