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Old 11-09-2013, 12:29 AM   #291
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..... Also preordered an NEA Compact Carbine Stock for the next build. So excited to find this stock! That's what you get when you're scrolling through the picture gallery on cerakote's website.
I like the stock , I have a 7.5 pistol. I would like to put in on but it would become an SBR, Komifornia would not allow that. I have to use a CAA check rest saddle instead.
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I like the stock , I have a 7.5 pistol. I would like to put in on but it would become an SBR, Komifornia would not allow that. I have to use a CAA check rest saddle instead.
That is goin in the top 10 most beautiful AR's I've seen.... I want..... By the way there's a wrist brac for AR pistols... To get around that pesky SBR paperwork I don't remember who makes it but it's in a newer issue of recoil magazine
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That is goin in the top 10 most beautiful AR's I've seen.... I want..... By the way there's a wrist brac for AR pistols... To get around that pesky SBR paperwork I don't remember who makes it but it's in a newer issue of recoil magazine
Thanks brother. I did find that wrist stock Sig Tac makes it. I was thinking about buying it. Your arm can sleeve through it. But I have a HBar barrel and it's heavy.
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Thanks brother. I did find that wrist stock Sig Tac makes it. I was thinking about buying it. Your arm can sleeve through it. But I have a HBar barrel and it's heavy.
I have held a Sig AR pistol 10 1/2" barrel that had one of the sig tac braces on it. The damn thing is almost like an SBR. A legal setup, buuuut could comfortably be fired from shoulder position. Not saying that I would fire it in such a method (wink wink), but it could be done.
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Went to the range got to test out new H Buffer and Damage industries buffer spring worked great except for with my 20rnd thermold mags which wouldn't lock back after last round they cycled fine tho, my pmag locked back no problem after last round.

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... By the way there's a wrist brac for AR pistols... To get around that pesky SBR paperwork I don't remember who makes it...
Drool!

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/catalog/product/view/id/14308/s/sig-sauer-pm400-5-56-nato-11-5-pistol-w-sb15-stabilizing-brace-pm400-11b-s-psb/

I have the Sig Sauer M400 rifle that I break down to pack into the woods but that pistol setup is AWESOME!

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Drool! http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/catalog/product/view/id/14308/s/sig-sauer-pm400-5-56-nato-11-5-pistol-w-sb15-stabilizing-brace-pm400-11b-s-psb/ I have the Sig Sauer M400 rifle that I break down to pack into the woods but that pistol setup is AWESOME!
I ordered that Sig Tac brace yesterday. Ordered it through Amazon. It will be delivered tomorrow! Have to wait a couple more days for the pistol buffer tube to come in though. The one I've got right now is not compatible with it.

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Here's the pistol I am putting it on.
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I have held a Sig AR pistol 10 1/2" barrel that had one of the sig tac braces on it. The damn thing is almost like an SBR. A legal setup, buuuut could comfortably be fired from shoulder position. Not saying that I would fire it in such a method (wink wink), but it could be done.
I don't think Big Brother has passed some regulation on how you must hold your handgun (yet) so I would think you could hold the dang thing any way you want.

Having said that, some techniques are just not a good idea...like planting the gripframe of your Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum revolver to your cheekbone and...

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Sig Tac brace in! Just waiting for the buffer tube..... Oh the agony! I want to put it together.
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Sig Tac brace in! Just waiting for the buffer tube..... Oh the agony! I want to put it together.
Please please please shoot with the brace in your shoulder when ya get it all together and let us know what you think... I'm thinking of building a pistol just for that this Christmas and a legal alternative to an SBR would be awesome.... And obviously pics pics and more pix
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