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SB Tactical, the originator of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace, is a groundbreaking leader committed to providing hard-core shooters with what they need. They will let nothing stand in the way of their relentless quest to innovate and to help preserve and protect the Second Amendment.
Designed for all platforms capable of accepting a MIL-SPEC carbine receiver extension, the SBA3 is a 5-position adjustable pistol stabilizing brace that dramatically enhances versatility. Features a minimalist design with an integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket.
Features:
- Minimalist design
- 5-position adjustable
- MIL-SPEC carbine receiver extension included
- Ambidextrous QD sling socket
- BATFE compliant
- U.S. veteran designed
- Length 6.1”
- Strap width: 1”
- Width: 1.8”
- Weight: 6.75 oz
- Made in the U.S.A.
Brand: SB Tactical
Material: Polymer
Platform: AR-15
Sling Mount: QD Swivel Socket - Free Rotation
Storage: Not Storage Capable
SKU#: SBA3-01-SB

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Anyone else have issues with these being crazy tight on the buffer tubes they come with? I've got two of these in not too long ago and I tried oiling up the tube and working it back and forth hoping it would loosen up, but its not working.

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I've noticed it at the shows, but not as much on my personal ones. I think the lever might not be fully disengaging the notches, once it stared to move it was fine. Technically it's a standard carbine tube, so you could try it on another one. If uncle same asks, it was the one you bought it with.

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