SB Tactical SBA3 Adjustable Brace Black With Buffer Tube

Item No. FC-699618782455
SB Tactical SBA3 Adjustable Brace Black  With Buffer Tube
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Brand: SB Tactical
MFR #: SBA3-01-SB
UPC: 699618782455
Item #: FC-699618782455
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Description

A quality, Veteran-designed pistol stabilizing brace from the company that created them.

The SB Tactical SBA3 pistol stabilizing brace is an adjustable pistol stabilizing brace capable of accepting a MIL-SPEC carbine receiver extension. The SBA3 is a 5-position adjustable brace which dramatically enhances versatility while sporting a slick minimalist design. Additionally, this unit features an ambidextrous QD sling socket allowing you an easy to reach sling attachment point. This brace is ATF Compliant, designed by US Veterans and is proudly made in the USA.

SB Tactical initially designed pistol braces as a stability-improving device for wounded and disabled veterans, and they continue to innovate and improve on their designs. SB will stop at nothing to ensure hardcore shooters get the expertly-constructed solutions they need to overcome any challenges thrown their way.

SB Tactical Five Position Adjustable Brace Features and Specifications:

  • SB Tactical SBA3 Pistol Stabilizing Brace SBA3-01-SB
  • Minimalist Design
  • 5 Position Adjustable
  • Includes 7075 Mil-Spec Carbine Receiver Extension
  • Integral Ambidextrous QD Sling Socket
  • ATF Compliant
  • US Veteran Designed
  • Proudly Made in the USA
  • Overall Length 6.1" Collapsed to 9.5" Extended
  • Overall Width 1.8"
  • Cavity Depth 6.0"
  • Strap Width 1.0"
  • Overall Weight 6.75oz
  • Matte Black

Includes:
Brace
Mil-Spec Carbine Receiver Extension
Adjustable Nylon Strap

Fits:
AR-15 Mil-Spec Lower Receivers


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

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