Let's face it: Sure, you could shoot your shiny new AR pistol one-handed, but why bother? And why make your pistol look like it skipped leg day with that empty, skinny lil' buffer tube? Slap a proper pistol brace on there and enjoy better accuracy and comfort with the SBA3 Pistol Stabilizing Brace by SB Tactical.
SB Tactical Braces
SB Tactical has been the leader in the pistol brace category thanks to their designs. The SBA3 out-matches other braces by providing comfortable rist and shoulder placement, a proper wrist strap with velcro to boot, and a five-position adjustable lever to obtain the perfect length for your shooting stance.
Works With a Sling
SB Tactical installed a QD swivel stud just behind the adjustment lever so you can slap on any QD sling for your pistol. It's a simple but effective accessory that many other pistol braces simply don't provide.
Includes Buffer Tube
The SBA3 is a mil-spec pistol brace. That means it fits any mil-spec AR-15 buffer tube, but you don't need to worry about sourcing one since it comes with its own tube. You'll just need to source a buffer, castle nut, latch plate, and recoil spring. The SBA's buffer tube (unlike other pistol braces) features the typical anti-rotation notch cut into the threads, for use with a standard latch plate.
- Adjustable with lever to 5 different lengths
- Buffer extension adheres to mil-spec dimensions
- Fits any mil-spec AR-15 lower receivers and 80% lowers
- Lightweight, ergonomic, and comfortable
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