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AR15 Pistols with Arm Brace...?

Gimmick and not useful
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34.54% (876)

Handy and a good invention
65 %65 %65 %
65.46% (1660)
Comment made by Eric on 2020-05-30 11:36:25
Anyone who says gimmick has clearly never used the SBA3/A4

Comment made by CHRIS on 2020-06-12 18:15:25
I thought they were not very practical until I shot a friends pistol , it was controllable, accurate and fun

Comment made by Scott on 2020-06-21 21:58:04
I use mine more than my carbines, I need to build another In 7.62x39 and register another suppressor to hold down the flames... This is a prime example of violations of the BATFe. The suppressor does nothing for noise, but it does prevent forest fires. it seems that the US Dept of Forestry needs to get in on this!

Comment made by Anthony on 2020-07-01 11:38:01
Actually I've got a couple'a SBR's. A Colt 6920 Socom M4 with 14.5 barrel and a Zastava M85 with an Ace folding stock but picked up a Palmetto AR pistol with a newer more rigid brace and the Echo trigger. It could have it's use, for sure.

Comment made by Chad on 2020-07-01 18:33:22
I wonder if some minds haven't changed on this particular question, just since it was asked, due to all of the recent unpleasantness. And now F troop is considering the addition of another caveat to the pistol brace..?!? I hope you all vote and write your representatives with some regularity.. We ARE living in some interesting times..

Comment made by Jeffrey on 2020-07-09 16:46:26
Most of the benefits of size and weight of an SBR without all the NFA paperwork attached? Seems like a pretty useful invention to me already.

Comment made by James on 2020-07-13 08:17:29
I ran several forums Facebook groups and other sites all dedicated to the AR-15 and HK91 what I have found is in many states you cannot carry an SBR as a concealed weapon on your concealed weapons license. In my state it's the same way. If I could show a picture I would show you some of the ones I build now, I used a stark Express angled foregrip and you have an incredibly controllable SBR weapon that you can carry legally on your concealed carry permit. It's a pistol legally and they allow you to carry it as such. In my situation where I live out at surrounded by 2 million Acres of wilderness it's beneficial to have a weapon you can get to with that kind of Firepower in a second or two. Between mountain lions bears and other two legged animals it's always beneficial to have something with that kind of Firepower that a 1911 might not be able to suffice. I have one in a 300 Blackout with an 8.5 inch barrel and I made another AR-15 pistol and 5.56 with an 11.5 inch barrel. I wouldn't give these things up for nothing I have safes full of AR-15s that I have built Admittedly I didn't see the value in mediately it took a couple of days and I found a way using the sba4 pistol brace I have something that's very functional and we'll shoot his well as any M4. When I have to come down to the ghettos of Detroit Firepower is absolutely essential we have AK-47 battles in the streets fairly regularly. I don't spend as much time in Detroit as I used to but all these things have to be considered when all you have is a normal handgun and it might not be useful. So there's something to think about for those who sit on the fence the Stark Express angled foregrip is amazing the sba4 pistol brace is the way to go so when you have to shoulder it shoulders just like the standard collapsible stock. Have a great day

Comment made by James on 2020-07-17 08:03:32
I didn't think much of them. A cool toy so to speak. A family member showed up at my range with one in 9mm. and uses Glock mags. Oh that thing is fun! Hits everything you put the sights on and runs like a top. I want one now!

Comment made by David on 2020-07-26 22:24:44
I have a 5.56 with 7.5" barrel and find it the handiest for me. It is noticeably louder than a 16" and it does give up some velocity over longer barrels. But, out to 100 yards it is very accurate. I have used it to dispatch coyote possums and raccoons. The fact that it fits in a duffle bag makes it easy to travel with incognito. I was sceptical at first but have been swayed by actually using it. I also have a 7.62x39 with 10.5" barrel. It certainly hits the steel targets harder but is louder with increased muzzle flash over the 5.56. Though the 7.62x39 is among my favorite calibers, my pistol in that caliber is not among my favorite to fire. Just my 2 cents

Comment made by Eric on 2020-07-30 15:44:23

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