Dead Foot Arms G-REX Telescoping Brace

    G-rex

    The folks over at Dead Foot Arms just announced they have a telescoping brace in the works for use with bufferless pistols. Dead Foot Arms are the guys who make the MCS (Modified Cycle System), a short operating system and folder for the AR-15. Dead Foot Arms posted on their Instagram page a sneak peak of their new G-REX Telescoping Brace.

    The G-REX is adjustable up to five different preset positions and it uses a Gear Head Works Mod 1 Tailhook brace, it works with most of the bufferless systems on the market (AKs, KRISS Vector, MPX, etc) including the Dead Foot Arms MCS. The G-REX will also be available without the Gear Head Works Mod 1 Tailhook brace in case you already have one. No word on pricing just yet however. Check out deadfootarms.com for more info as it becomes available.

    Pre-Orders for the brace will be opening within the next 30 days with anticipated availability of Spring 2018. If you already own a Tailhook, the telescoping receiver extension will also be offered as a stand alone purchase.

    Compatible for use with our MCS AR-15 Folding Stock Adaptor, AK-Platform, Kriss Vector, SIG MPX/MCX, Robinson XCR, among other bufferless systems.
    Features 5 adjustable length of pull presets, and button free telescoping deployment.
    Technical specifications and pricing publishing on our website very soon.

    Ray I.

    Long time gun enthusiast, Sci-Fi nerd, Whiskey drinker, online marketer and blogger. My daily firearms musings can be found over at my gun blog ArmoryBlog.com and Instagram.

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