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Thread: New Stabilizing Brace for AR15 Pistol "SB15"

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    very nice design. well done. but it looks like SBR

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    It does look like an SBR, but I can assure you that its' function and design are to assist those with limited mobility due to a handicap. Many, if not most of the emails I've received so far have said they would buy it for the aesthetic reason that you mention. Not sure what to say there, but I can assure you that the SB15 will help anyone shoot better when firing an AR pistol from the pistol position. Thanks for the feedback!

    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB15 View Post
    It does look like an SBR, but I can assure you that its' function and design are to assist those with limited mobility due to a handicap. Many, if not most of the emails I've received so far have said they would buy it for the aesthetic reason that you mention. Not sure what to say there, but I can assure you that the SB15 will help anyone shoot better when firing an AR pistol from the pistol position. Thanks for the feedback!

    Alex
    I'd say nothin else about it and sell them to folks as you intended it to be. Pretty neat design. I think it makes a nice addition to a, uh, pistol.

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    I guess if the shooter had a disability, this could have a place. It is better than the "chin" stock we saw a few months back.
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    This looks like a great product for assisting shooters. Kudos and congrats! How can one get more info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixthofjune44 View Post
    This looks like a great product for assisting shooters. Kudos and congrats! How can one get more info?

    Paul


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    I'm always available through IM's and will be glad to get you all of the info you need!

    Alex

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    Good luck.
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    I have two friends who are veterans who would benefit from this, one is missing all of hos left arm up to the shoulder and the other is missing a good chuck of his left arm but still has limited use for some things.

    I think it is a very intersting idea that could really hel people.

    TED

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    If one were to fire this from the shoulder would it be "illegal" i would think merely firing your pistol from the shoulder does not now make your pistol a rifle?

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