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SKU: 516446451
UPC: 516446451
MFR#: 516446451

Machined from Aluminum Forgings 7075-T6
Hardcoat Anodizing: MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
7075 Receiver Extension
Magpul Grip in Black
Standard Carbine Buffer
Enhanced Polished Trigger & Hammer
Caliber: Multi
SB Tactical SBPDW Adjustable AR Stabilizing Brace, Black

PSA AR-15 Complete MOE EPT Pistol Lower with SBPDW Brace - No Magazine - Black - 516446451 
- Machined from Aluminum Forgings 7075-T6
- Hardcoat Anodizing: MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
- 7075 Receiver Extension
- Magpul Grip in Black
- Standard Carbine Buffer
- Enhanced Polished Trigger & Hammer
- Caliber: Multi
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SB Tactical SBPDW Adjustable AR Pistol Stabilizing Brace
SB Tactical Personal Defense Weapon Pistol Brace: 
Designed in conjunction with Maxim Defense, the SBPDW Pistol Stabilizing Brace® is 3-position adjustable and compatible with mil-spec bolt carrier groups and carbine buffers.

Features:
• 3-postion adjustable
• Leverless extension, simply pull to release
• Complete assembly ready to install including a proprietary buffer tube
• Compatible with mil-spec bolt carrier groups and carbine buffers
• QD attachment point at 6 o’clock position on housing
• US veteran designed and proudly made in the USA
• Fits Mil-spec AR-15 receivers
• Includes adjustable nylon strap

This item contains parts that are not California compliant and as such may be illegal to import into the state of California.     We comply with all local, state, and federal laws.  Please  be aware of your state and  local laws before ordering. 

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Just a note, these braces uses a proprietary buffer tube, buffer and buffer spring. I've got the version with the custom jp enterprises captured buffer made for these and it works great.

I'd rather give these guys $300+ for this than give $200 to the ATF.

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I like the look of that brace but the price is pretty steep compared to other PSA pistol lowers with braces.

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The PDW is just that much more expensive unfortunately.

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Great lower with this brace !!
I have 2 in .ss3 and one in 9mm !
The savings in tax stamps alone, along with the wait for approval,...I believe, makes these a great deal !

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I bought this and the 300 black out CHF upper (10.5”) from PSA. Added a single stage trigger too. At 100 yards, this will print about 1.8- 2.2 inches with American Eagle 150 grain. I did make the mistake of ordering the full auto carrier, but ditched it for a lightweight as the 300 unsuppressed pressure is lower than 5.56 unless I’m mistaken. My only issues are scrapped necks and still over pressured (maybe) as it dents the hell out of the brass. Might need to play around with the buffer too, but I am only about 50 rounds in. Just my experience for what it’s worth regarding this lower and a PSA upper.

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What coupons are you using to get that price?

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This really isnt a good deal. If your wanting the brace, it woud be cheaper to buy the regular PSA lower for $129, then buy the brace seperately from Brownells for $200 with coupons. You would have a total of $329 invested and wind up with a spare buffer tube and stock to boot. Also use active junky when purchasing from Brownells, along with the coupons will bring the total cost down even more. Youd spend less and get more. You could always sell the the spare buffer tube and stock from the standard PSA complete lower and bring the total out of pocket cost down even more.

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I don't believe it is legal to take the PSA lower with stock, which has already been designated a rifle, and replace it with the brace, reclassifying it as a pistol.

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Technically correct, not that anyone will ever look into it. Still, pays to be safe.

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But this one has the polished trigger & magpul grip

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the brace is solid and the trigger is cut above a standard milspec , add $300 pistol upper for a solid gun

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