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The SBPDW brings 3-position adjustability to the AR pistol. Compatible with standard bolt carrier groups and buffers, the SBPDW gives you all of the advantages of a pistol with improved control by adding a third point of contact for stabilization.
Features:
- Complete Assembly
- 3-Position Adjustable
- Compatible with mil-spec BCG and carbine buffers
- Comes with adjustable nylon strap for custom fit
- ATF Compliant

100-024-264WB
SB PDW Adjustable Pistol Stabilizing Brace Black

SKU#: PDW01SB

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Dammit just spent $220+ at optics planet

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Does anyone have the weight? I can't find it on Brownells?

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WEIGHT: 18.14 oz

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Man, keep waiting for the price to come down on these, maybe $150???

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Same thought here, but at this price its better than a tax stamp and your info with the ATF. The sig brace dropped over time, sooo maybe?

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So it is on sale but not in stock? How exactly does that work and why post the ad?

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I just bought a new pressure cleaner with a Honda GX 200 commerical engine and an American made Cat pump for what three of these would cost. Anyone justifying this price should eat a 12g barrel. The world has no need for people this stupid, or their offspring.

I'll gladly fire up my new machine and clean up the mess. It starts first pull.

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Oh so now we're back to big, wide and heavy braces. Might as well bring back the original Sig brace and sell it for $200.

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Expensive! and heavy

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LOP compared to the TH Mod 2.0?

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Had to buy an adaptor but it went right on my glock

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No

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Is this compatible with the strike industries enhanced castle nut/end plate?

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Put one of these on an Ar45 pistol. It is awesome.More comfortable than the shockwave brace it replaced.It is a little pricey but I like it better than the sbr route.I like the fact that it keeps the firearm in the pistol category, so it's covered under my ccw (for vehicle transport obviously).

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How far back does it extend??

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probably 6 or 7 inches depending on how you rub it.

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This isn’t in stock.

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Could you use this for a 7.62x39 ar? Or is the back pressure too much???

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I doubt there are many (if any) buffer tubes on the market that couldn't.

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Neat brace but for $219 shipped, it had better come attached to a complete lower.

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the is the best arm brace hands down btw if you want adjustability that is , very solid

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While yes it is pricey, look at the alternatives... not a bad relative price at all

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I have one. Well worth the full price I paid for it. Let alone $100 cheaper here. As close to SBR you can get without the tax stamp.

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this is one of the best braces on the market , at full length it is equal to the length of a full collapsed unit , one click out FWIW - if that makes sense.

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This is a brace, not a stock! By putting this on your gun, there is no need for the tax stamp.

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@codywp Well, a couple reasons. Firstly, in my state, it isn't legal to have a loaded rifle in your vehicle (sbr, sbs, or long gun.) You can however legally conceal and transport a loaded "pistol" in a motor vehicle. Secondly, the current turnaround for stamp approval is 10 months and not everyone wants to have their new toys in nfa jail for that long. Thirdly, if you have an nfa item you have to notify the ATF months in advance if you plan to transport it on an interstate trip. This is not required with a pistol, though you need to be aware of reciprocity agreements for ccw, transport, or any other pertinent laws. Lastly, some people don't want to be on a list of nfa owners.

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$200 for the stock if you sbr it. Not the brace. My bad

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Because you gotta pay $200 for the tax stamp then another $200-$250 for the brace. Not to mention the fact that once you sbr it when you decide to sell it you got all the transfer fees and paperwork. May be fine for some I just found this route easier

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Why not just pay 200 for the tax stamp for sbr at this price?

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Installed on my MPX. This brace is awesome. I personally see no reason to jump through the sbr and nfa hoops. Pay $200 and be done. It comes with paper work that says it's legal and atf approved. I keep paper in the range bag if the ro has any questions

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I had the privilege to use one of these with an MPX. What a beauty.

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Rad today that ATF does not accept a n adjustable stock or one that's longer then 13.5" but have not confirmed it.

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This isn't a stock.

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Do they have an approval letter from ATF on this model. Read today Read

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Using code "M2G", the shipped cost is $216.

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It was on backordered within the hour of the ATF announcement. Bitter sweet.

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