SB Tactical Shipping SBA3 Now

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

SB Tactical has just announced that they are shipping SBA3 braces as of today. I am sure many of you are familiar with SB Tactical and their line of stabilizing braces. The SB braces started out with the infamous Sig Brace and lesser known Century Arms braces. They required the use of pistol buffer tubes. Then they came out with dedicated braces like the MP5 braces and their first adjustable brace, the SB-PDW. Well the SBA3 interfaces with milspec carbine receiver extensions and is 5 position adjustable.

Photo provided by SB Tactical
Photo provided by SB Tactical
Photo provided by SB Tactical

The SBA3 is a new approach for SB Tactical. It can be installed onto a milspec receiver extension carbine buffer tube.

Each SBA3 comes with a milspec receiver extension in the packaging. So if you have a pistol AR with a pistol buffer tube, there is no need to buy a carbine buffer tube separately. The buffer tube is actually a 6 position tube but the SBA3 is 5 position adjustable. This is to stay compliant with the ATF’s length determination and keeping the length of pull under 13.5″

The SBA3 is available in black or FDE.

The SBA3 retails for $169.99 MSRP however you can find them for less. TwangNBang posted up a coupon code WORK7 for free shipping at Optics Planet who are selling the SBA3 for only $110.49.

Designed for all platforms capable of accepting a mil-spec carbine receiver extension, the SBA3 is 5-position adjustable, dramatically enhances versatility, and features a minimalist design with an integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket.


  • Minimalist design
  • 5-position adjustable
  • Includes mil-spec carbine receiver extension
  • Integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket
  • ATF compliant, US veteran designed and proudly made in the USA
  • Product includes:  brace, mil-spec carbine receiver extension, adjustable nylon strap

For more information go check out the new SBA3 on SB-Tactical’s website.

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  • Organgrinder Organgrinder on Apr 08, 2018

    Hey, SB Tactical. Get off your sorry arses and SHOW. US. THE. LETTER!!!

  • USMC03Vet USMC03Vet on Apr 08, 2018

    These gun companies relying on YouTube to host their gun smithing videos are gonna get banned today. Time to step up as an industry and get a dominating video presence on the web that isn’t entirely reliant on leftist companies that want you out of business.