More Brace Options From SB Tactical

SB Tactical has changed the world of pistols. Infamously known as the “Sig Brace”, the SB15 opened up many options for pistols. Regardless of the ATF letters, it is a product that has significantly altered the firearm industry. I only knew of their two versions offered by Sig Sauer. The SB15 and the SBX.

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Pistol Brace Comparison — KAK Shockwave Vs. SIG Brace

AR15News.com did a review of the new KAK Industry Shockwave pistol stabilizer and compares it to the Sig SB15 Brace.

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Sig Sauer SB15 in kit form only

According to Jerking The Trigger, the infamous SB15 will soon be only available as a kit and no longer sold separately. The kit will include the SB15, buffer tube, buffer, recoil spring, and locking nut and the MSRP will about $239-$249. JTT did find out that the SB15 kit will be using the Phase 5 buffer tubes.

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New ruling on Sig Brace for Shotguns

A post on Shooting Sports Retailer mentions a ruling on using the SB15 Sig Brace and that shooting it from the shoulder is a no-go. However this applies only to shotguns.

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Arm Braces & Pistols Legal, Even When Fired From Shoudler

Before you complain, yes I agree, TFB content has been too legal heavy in the past couple of weeks. But this morning when I got the ATF letter I thought it would be beneficial to the community to post it. This letter affirms that it is perfectly legal for a shooter to fire a firearm by resting an arm brace, such as the SIG SB15 stabilization brace, against their shoulder, just as it is legal to rest the rear part of a pistol, such as a AR-15 buffer tube, against the shoulder.  Alex Capps can be seen shooting the SB15 from his shoulder in the above photo (Alex used an SBR lower to ensure we were not inadvertently breaking the law, which in retrospect was unnecessary).

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Gun Review: Sig SB15 Pistol Stabilizing Brace Review

If you are like me, you remember seeing the Sig SB15 a while back and thinking “hey they hacked the NFA”. Of course we all know how it is supposed to be used, but let us get real and look at this objectively: Sig made an “arm brace” and got ATF approval for said arm brace. The arm brace slides over a pistol buffer and looks like a stock… but it is an arm brace. Well, regardless the internet is abuzz with the legality of using the brace as a shoulder stock and whether or not you would suddenly be in violation of the law, but I sure as heck am not writing the ATF’s Firearm Technology Branch to ruin it for everyone. Anyways, instead of risking breaking the law I asked my friend CJ if we could put a pistol buffer on his registered AR15 SBR (this explains the foregrip as well) and test this thing out by using it as both an arm brace and a stock. So here goes.

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