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SBA3 Pistol Stabilizing Brace (5-Position, Black) by SB Tactical



Put the finishing touches on the back of your AR pistol, while still keeping it comfy and legal. Use the SBA3 pistol brace from SB Tactical. This brace can be adjusted to five different lengths depending on your shooting stance and build. Please note the SBA3 comes with the brace and buffer tube. It does not include a buffer spring, end plate, buffer or castle nut.


  • Adjustable to 5 different lengths
  • Buffer extension adheres to mil-spec dimensions
  • Fits mil-spec AR-15 upper receivers
  • Lightweight

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