SB Tactical CZPDW CZ Scorpion EVO Pistol Stabilizing Brace Kit Flat Dark Earth

SB Tactical
699618782745
CZPDW-02-SB
BRACE-879-027
$223.99
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SB Tactical updates the release of their popular Scorpion EVO pistol stabilizing brace, now in Flat Dark Earth

This new Flat Dark Earth SB Tactical CZPDW pistol stabilizing brace is designed specifically for the CZ Scorpion EVO pistol. This pistol stabilizing brace is designed with a 3 position adjustable brace that sports a pull through design which has the ability to extend without the need to depress a button. Installing the brace will provide you with additionally versatility and enhanced weapon control. SB Tactical is proud to expand on their lineup and offer this particular unit with a flat dark earth finish on the stabilizing section of the brace. When it comes time to install the SB Tactical pistol stabilizing brace kit you do not need to call on the services of a gunsmith. It is recommended that the installation can be done by a skilled individual or at the very least someone who is mechanically inclined. The adjustable nylon strap provides excellent stability and support when placed on the forearm. This brace is ATF Compliant and does not require pre approval in order to install it. SB Tactical is proud to offer this pistol stabilizing brace which is US Veteran designed and proudly made in the USA by hard working Americans.

SB Tactical CZPDW CZ Scorpion EVO Pistol Stabilizing Brace (Flat Dark Earth) Specifications and Features:

  • SB Tactical CZPDW-02-SB
  • 3 Position Adjustable
  • Complete Assembly
  • Machined 6061 Hard Coat Anodized Endplate with QD Socket
  • ATF Compliant
  • US Veteran Designed
  • Proudly Made in the USA
  • Overall Length 3.25" Collapsed, 7.0" Mid, 9.25" Extended
  • Overall Width 3.00"
  • Strap Width 1.0"
  • Overall Weight 1 3.1oz
  • Flat Dark Earth
Fits:
  • CZ Scorpion EVO Pistol


Note: Here is the NRA's interpretation of the latest ATF letter regarding the use and legality of pistol braces.
NRA Interpretation of Latest ATF Letter

Item#: BRACE-879-027