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SB Tactical - SBA3 Pistol Stabilizing Brace (5-Position, Black)

$129.99
SKU:
SBA3-01-SB

Description

Stay legal and finish the rear end of that that AR pistol at the same time. Use the SBA3 pistol brace from SB Tactical. This brace is adjustable into five different lengths, so you can achieve both correct and comfortable length according to your build and shooting stance. Please note the SBA3 comes with the brace and buffer tube. It does not include a buffer spring, end plate, buffer or castle nut.

Features:

  • Adjustable to 5 different lengths
  • Buffer extension adheres to mil-spec dimensions
  • Fits mil-spec AR-15 upper receivers
  • Lightweight
Made in the USA Lifetime Warranty

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