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Though for about the same price you could buy an SBR stamp.
SB15 Pistol Stabilizing Brace
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I just never understood the pistol platform in the AR...If I wanted a rifle caliber pistol I would have bought the FN5-7...or just a high capacity glock 357 sig...lol
Looks like an innovative solution to a problem nobody has. I'm amazed the ATF approved this, and I'd expect them to reconsider at some point.
I'd be very curious about how it attaches to the tube. If there is the M4 style lug under the tube (I.e. a regular adjustable stock would fit it), there is no way in heck I would buy one. Soundalike a "constructive possession" beef waiting to happen.
I think it would be a decent buy at about $20. The $130 price tag is a joke.
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Reminds me of a comment someone posted about a previous Sig tactical toy announcement - "Thousands of mall ninjas just squee'd simultaneously!"
"Coming to a store near you! The AR15 Wrist Rocket!"
Correct me if I'm wrong, but;
A 10.5" AR pistol fired at full arm extension is'nt going to be any shorter than a pinned 14.5"barrel/flash hider on a fully collapsed butt stock...Right? A little lighter but not any shorter.
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Interesting, I would not buy one but I could see it being used by people who have lost use of one of their arms.
Kind`a reminds me of ah Hush Puppies commercial: "we can make it dumber . . . but not cheaper!"
I think nobody will actually strap it to their arm... It's made as a stock that's not a stock, lol. This is what we get when the Feds start making laws about guns.
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I think I might like it...
The whole idea of 10.5" AR is that it's short and handy (and quiet with a can). For ECQC I think it has a lot of merit. I would think it would be great from a weapons retention standpoint; Shooting while going up ladder; Shooting BG's behind you while moving forward (unassing the area); Shooting while running; Shooting one handed if your off hand is hurt; Shooting one handed while you carry a small child or dragging a loved one to cover, etc., etc.
But I'd have to T&E one to really find out...
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