Description

Features
Ready for use out of the box
Simple installation (see video)
Uses the Guns built in sights, no need to calibrate sights
Compatible with over 40 Glock models
Compatible with multi gen Glocks
Compatible with compensators
Compatible with Red Dot optics
No pistol disassembly or permanent modifications required
Ergonomic no modifications required UCH Charging Handle (or charging can be done using a red dot optic)
Lightweight and compact
Made from glass reinforced polymer
Modular with optional picatinny rail adapters
Increases accuracy
Fully functional with folded armbrace
Compatible with the G7 proprietary holster
Compatible with Umarex and Cybergun officially licensed line of airgun and airsoft Glock pistols*

20/20B Kit Includes:
– Stabilizer Frame
– Brace w/Strap
– UCH & GCH17 Charging Handles (low/high profile)

20/20S Kit Includes:
– Stabilizer Frame
– Brace w/Strap
– UCH & GCH17 Charging Handles (low/high profile)
– Sling
– Picatinny Side Rails

20/20H Kit Includes:
– Stabilizer Frame
– Brace w/Strap
– Charging Handle (low/high profile)
– Sling
– Picatinny Side Rails
– G7 Holster w/Pistol Adapter (Can be used without the 20/20 stabilizer brace)

20/20MG Kit Includes:
– Stabilizer Frame
– Brace w/Strap
– Charging Handle (low/high profile)
– Sling
– Picatinny Side Rails
– G7 Holster w/Pistol Adapter (Can be used without the 20/20 stabilizer brace)
– MG9 Angled Mag Pouch For Glock Magazines

SKU: 20/20

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Neat, bet I can void the crap out of the warranty with a set of files, calipers and a dremel so itll fit an p80.

I'm gonna order one. If anyone is interested let me know and I will let you know if it worked or if I had to fill it back in with steel putty.

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Not that anyone cares, but I figured I'd follow up.
I decided to buy a wide 'racker' back plate for my glock and I didn't like that there was no type of quick release, so I bought a bolt and knob to stick on it instead of the stock lock it in and leave it screw thing it has going on.
Other wise, a demel and a file did the job. Its neat a neat novelty item. I don't see it becoming my grab and go to the range setup, so much as a curiosity to show my buddies and eventually give/sell it to one.

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No polymer 80 or lefty ability is a deal breaker. Expensive paperweight.

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For you maybe! Sucks to be you dumbass!

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TLDR: Design and quality issues.

Ironically this Stabilizer with Brace will not for left handed use so if you DO require an assistive brace you had better hope that your injury/disability is YOUR LEFT HAND cuz you know, it would be terribly inconvenient for you to want to use an assistive brace on your Right Hand (I have right hand nerve damage so braces and stabilizer kits are very important to me. I'm running a Gen 5 Glock 19 and a Gen 4 Glock 17.)

FYI: I am a loyal Recover Tactical product supporter. I own multiple Recover Tactical charging handles and rails and have been very happy to recommend them. I purchased four of the Stabilizer Kits with G7 Holster and MG9 Angled Pouch. Perhaps I hold Recover Tactical to a higher standard but the Recover Tactical Stabilizer Kit is a disappointment and will not work for someone who has lost sensory and motor skills with their right hand.

The Good:
Shouldering the brace lines up with iron sights.
The kit is low profile and shooting with it shouldered and as a assistive brace works.
It does help felt recoil and increased my range with my Glocks.
The holster pic rail attachment is solid.
I really like the brace design (except for issues below).

The Not-So-Good
The G7 Holster: flimsy build. The draw mechanic is iffy if used under pressure. I would not trust this holster for any kind of use other than display. Definitely not any kind of duty.
The stock only folds one way so the G7 Holster cannot be setup to holster or draw left. This should have been noted as well as ...
USING THE HOLSTER MEANS YOU CANNOT USE/MOUNT ANYTHING TO THE LEFT/CLOSE SIDE OF THE STABILIZER. When holstered to the G7 the Stabilizer is so close there is no room for anything to be attached to the left pic rail. There's barely enough room for the rail. I tried wedging my smallest light (Inforce WMLx) but doing THAT trips the holster release mechanic :( so if you expect to use BOTH side rails don't expect to be able to use the G7 holster.

The Stabilizer Kit will not work with Gen 5 backstraps.

The Stabilizer Kit (specifically the low charging handle) will not work with A Trijicon SRO (probably why they're selling an Upper Rail attachment)

The MG9 Pouch is so tight a Glock magazine cannot be removed unless both hands are used. Will it loosen up? I don't know, but as shipped any expectation that a fast mag change using the MG9 is impossible. I know, I tried three of them.

THIS LAST IS NITPICKING BUT ...
...the above issues had me looking even closer to the Kit and I noticed an improper fit with the taller "Upper Charging Handle" to the lower part. Since I bought a couple of the kits I compared them and, sure enough, ANY combo of Upper Charging Handle and lower had noticeable gap/fit issues. This is NOT the case when using just the Lower Charging Handle. Like I said, I've been a loyal Recover Tactical user. I really like the charging handles: I have one on my TC Shield, my G19 and will probably get one for my P365XL. I have the rail for my Shield and P365XL so I guess I'm expecting higher quality control from Recover Tactical and with OCD tendencies I can't unsee the Upper Charging Handle gaps. Unfortunately using the lower charging handle makes it difficult to rack.

I really wanted to like this product. Unfortunately there are too many issues to recommend it especially as a lefty. May be resolved in V2 or in the 20/21. But for now, because of the Limited Warranty I'm stuck with four stabilizer kits that I intended as gifts that I am no longer confident to give.

I have shared these concerns with Recover Tactical and will update this review if I receive a response.

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TLDR: Design and quality issues.

Ironically this Stabilizer with Brace will not for left handed use so if you DO require an assistive brace you had better hope that your injury/disability is YOUR LEFT HAND cuz you know, it would be terribly inconvenient for you to want to use an assistive brace on your Right Hand (I have right hand nerve damage so braces and stabilizer kits are very important to me. I'm running a Gen 5 Glock 19 and a Gen 4 Glock 17.)

FYI: I am a loyal Recover Tactical product supporter. I own multiple Recover Tactical charging handles and rails and have been very happy to recommend them. I purchased four of the Stabilizer Kits with G7 Holster and MG9 Angled Pouch. Perhaps I hold Recover Tactical to a higher standard but the Recover Tactical Stabilizer Kit is a disappointment and will not work for someone who has lost sensory and motor skills with their right hand.

The Good:
Shouldering the brace lines up with iron sights.
The kit is low profile and shooting with it shouldered and as a assistive brace works.
It does help felt recoil and increased my range with my Glocks.
The holster pic rail attachment is solid.
I really like the brace design (except for issues below).

The Not-So-Good
The G7 Holster: flimsy build. The draw mechanic is iffy if used under pressure. I would not trust this holster for any kind of use other than display. Definitely not any kind of duty.
The stock only folds one way so the G7 Holster cannot be setup to holster or draw left. This should have been noted as well as ...
USING THE HOLSTER MEANS YOU CANNOT USE/MOUNT ANYTHING TO THE LEFT/CLOSE SIDE OF THE STABILIZER. When holstered to the G7 the Stabilizer is so close there is no room for anything to be attached to the left pic rail. There's barely enough room for the rail. I tried wedging my smallest light (Inforce WMLx) but doing THAT trips the holster release mechanic :( so if you expect to use BOTH side rails don't expect to be able to use the G7 holster.

The Stabilizer Kit will not work with Gen 5 backstraps.

The Stabilizer Kit (specifically the low charging handle) will not work with A Trijicon SRO (probably why they're selling an Upper Rail attachment)

The MG9 Pouch is so tight a Glock magazine cannot be removed unless both hands are used. Will it loosen up? I don't know, but as shipped any expectation that a fast mag change using the MG9 is impossible. I know, I tried three of them.

THIS LAST IS NITPICKING BUT ...
...the above issues had me looking even closer to the Kit and I noticed an improper fit with the taller "Upper Charging Handle" to the lower part. Since I bought a couple of the kits I compared them and, sure enough, ANY combo of Upper Charging Handle and lower had noticeable gap/fit issues. This is NOT the case when using just the Lower Charging Handle. Like I said, I've been a loyal Recover Tactical user. I really like the charging handles: I have one on my TC Shield, my G19 and will probably get one for my P365XL. I have the rail for my Shield and P365XL so I guess I'm expecting higher quality control from Recover Tactical and with OCD tendencies I can't unsee the Upper Charging Handle gaps. Unfortunately using the lower charging handle makes it difficult to rack.

I really wanted to like this product. Unfortunately there are too many issues to recommend it especially as a lefty. May be resolved in V2 or in the 20/21. But for now, because of the Limited Warranty I'm stuck with four stabilizer kits that I intended as gifts that I am no longer confident to give.

I have shared these concerns with Recover Tactical and will update this review if I receive a response.

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I genuinely like your style of review. Not too long or short..not much ass kissing or unnecessary bashing...just right to your thoughts with supporting data.

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I have arthritis, torn rotator cuff, old age. This brace works great for me but for the average person it's a mess. I also have several micro roni's , I like them the best but sometimes they are too heavy to pick up were as this little brace is not.

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Amazing price!

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Got one from recovery TACTICAL and it took over 4 months. If your really intrested go to the source. https://www.israeldefensestore.com/
You can save some money and time.

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Not a deal. Same price as on Recover Tactical Site. Also, title should include "PREORDER" with the detail posibly shipping Mid June.

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Thanks for the info, first time this item has crossed my radar. Sorry, but I laugh at the roni; I applaud their attempt, but I'm turned off by the design. This design is appealing enough to make we want one, when I don't need one. What's that saying..... "It's Better To Have It And Not Need It, Than To Need It And Not Have It!" Now to wait for reviews.

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This looks like a better version the Roni. If I had a purpose for making my Glock a brace "SBR", I'd give this a try over the Roni! Should the price get closer to $50 I'd buy one.

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Does this come with a slap to the face because your a dummy for buying one?

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