Arm Brace Ban Rule Blocked By Court (For Some People, For Now)

A lawsuit spearheaded by the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has secured a preliminary injunction against the ATF arm brace ban. What exactly does that mean? And who does that apply to? This is all still a little unclear, but let’s take a look at this case and what might be on the horizon.

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Manufacturers Rush To Export Thousands Of Pistol Stabilizing Braces As Amnesty Deadline Looms

With the on-paper legality of pistol stabilizing braces in question here in the United States, it appears that other countries and their militaries are taking advantage of the same equipment at a firesale price. According to a source within the pistol brace industry, manufacturers have made agreements with dozens of foreign groups to provide them with pistol stabilizer braces for various platforms including the AK-47, M4/AR-15 platform, as well as several large orders for PDW style braces, presumably for MP5 pistol platforms. Although adopting the use of pistol-stabilizing braces may seem strange for a military unit, American Mercenaries have used pistol braces in the past. As the pistol brace amnesty deadline looms over our heads, are pistol brace manufacturers making a desperate move to secure their livelihood?

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By Our Powers Combined: Maxim Defense Partners with FPC

Maxim Defense, a well-known producer of higher-quality firearms, ammo, and suppressors has just unveiled its latest industry partnership, this time, with the folks from the FPC (Firearms Policy Coalition). The FPC is a fairly large Second Amendment public advocacy group that often goes to court to fight back against the encroachment that the ATF against law-abiding gun owners. This particular partnership is right up the alley of Maxim Defense since a lot of their product lineup consists of PCCs and other firearms that might end up as Illegal SBRs almost overnight should the ATF’s most recent pistol brace ruling be passed into law.

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Foxtrot Mike Introduces the FM15 12.5 Pistol/SBR Upper Receiver

Foxtrot Mike released their 16″ FM15 upper receiver/rife a couple months back in spring and customers immediately requested a shorter barreled version of it. The company has just introduced the new FM15 12.5 upper receiver! The new 12.5-inch upper is very similar in nature to the 16″ version in that it still retains its non-reciprocating charging handle, low-mass bolt carrier, nested recoil spring assembly, and interlocking gas key and proprietary patent-pending integrated recoil system. Full details on the new pistol/SBR are below.

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Atlantic Guns Exclusive ADM UIC-10A Pistol in .308 Win

In an effort to work around the existing laws on the books and provide hunters and shooters with a firearm they can rely on American Defense Manufacturing is proud to announce the release of the ADM UIC-10A Pistol chambered in .308 Winchester. This Maryland-compliant .308 Winchester pistol features a 12.5″ 1:10 RH twist nitride finished barrel, aircraft-grade aluminum receiver set, and a Geissele SSA 2-stage match trigger among many other features.

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SB Tactical Releases 2nd Generation SBT Pistol-Stabilizing Braces

The braces you’ve come to love from SB Tactical keep improving. The SBTEVO-G2, which was released late last year, was just the beginning of generational updates. New for 2022, SB Tactical is adding the BREN2 and SBT-G2 to their line of 2nd Generation SBT pistol-stabilizing braces.

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HOT GAT or FUDD CRAP? Is This PCC Metal or Mental?

Welcome everyone to the 92nd edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only have Fudd appeal?  Each week the TFB staff weighs in with their thoughts, but readers get the final say in the poll at the bottom of each article.

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HOT GAT or FUDD CRAP? Classic 40 MP5 or Tired 90's Left-behind?

Welcome everyone to the 44th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only have Fudd appeal?  Each week the TFB staff weighs in with their thoughts, but readers get the final say in the poll at the bottom of each article.

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SB Tactical – SBA3 vs SBA4 – What Each Are Like

SB Tactical has become one of the larger brace manufacturers for the gun industry. They make braces for most of the popular firearm models available today. There are a few very common braces that are some of SB Tactical’s most popular called the SBM4 and SBA3. The SBM4 was a fixed brace that was one of the first popular style braces that SB Tactical made. In the last couple of years, SB Tactical came out with the SBA3 brace which was one of the first braces to be adjustable. Now two years later, SB Tactical has come out with the SBA4 brace which is essentially the adjustable version of SB Tactical’s popular SBM4 model. So what’s the difference between the SBA3 and SBA4? Let’s take a look at them.

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SB Tactical FS1913 Brace For The SIG Rattler

On SB Tactical’s website they show their latest brace coming out. The FS1913 brace is for the SIG Rattler however it is much more than that. It is designed to attach to any pistol or firearm with a 1913 picatinny rail at the back of the receiver. This means it will work with the SIG MPX, SIG MCX, SIG Rattler, Rock River LAR-PDS, etc.

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Pistol Storage Device Brace and Spare Mag Holder

AR-15 pistols are all the rage these days, especially those chambered in pistol caliber rounds that accept Glock magazines. The Sig Tac SB15 was the first pistol stabilizing arm brace on the market. It kick-started a new trend and lots of controversies along the way. After the success of the SB15 the SBX Gen 2 was released. Then came other options from other manufacturers such as the  Shockwave Blade and Tailhook braces, as well as other braces I’m sure I’m missing.

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ATF Measuring OAL With Brace Folded?

Recently The Freedom Shoppe in Connecticut was visited by the ATF over possible NFA violations. According to Victor Benson, proprietor of The Freedom Shoppe, the ATF is measuring his firearms with the brace folded and declaring his firearms as illegal AOWs.

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BRACE YOURSELF: Q Honey Badger Pistol With Brace

Since its humble beginnings as a garage workshop invention, the pistol stabilizing brace (PSB) has gone through a few generations worth of changes, upgrades and advancements. Some iterations were strictly functional, focusing on comfort over aesthetics. However, recent models have evolved into braces that are nearly indistinguishable from their stock counterparts. Collaborating with SB Tactical, the firearm and silencer designers, builders and manufacturers at Q have created a PSB specifically for the Honey Badger stock attachment assembly.

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TFB Innovators Friday: Alessandro Bosco – CEO SB Tactical

In 2012, Alessandro “Alex” Bosco returned to the United States with just $3,000 in the bank. After years of military service and private business experience, he was ready to pursue a career in law enforcement, sitting for agency interviews and hoping that his prior service would land him a position that would allow him to provide for his family. Little did he know, a short trip to the range would lead to the creation of SB Tactical – a company that would soon alter the perception of U.S. firearm laws.

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SB Tactical Brace Storage Accessories

SB Tactical just released some new accessories that will add more function to your brace. They offer a soft pouch and a mag holder that allows you to store items within the SB Tactical brace.

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