This is a concept gun that was built for CCW in Ohio...well, sort of. A little explanation is necessary. In Ohio, ANY rifle must be transported in a car, unloaded, with ammo in separate container, preferably locked. A loaded magazine is equivalent to a loaded rifle, so no loaded magazines. CCW law says a pistol may be carried loaded in a vehicle, either on a person or loose in the car. Since this law only allows for pistols to be loaded in a vehicle, a friend of mine wanted to build a weapon that could serve as backup to a pistol in an extreme situation and still be legal. The weapon had to classify as a pistol but fire a rifle round and have better range than a pistol. SMGs were considered and some carbines, but either performance or range were ineffective. Finally, one accessory made the concept gun possible: The Sig Sauer SB15 Stabilizing Brace purchased from Headshot Tactical Customs for $155. This is a BATFE-approved brace that mounts to a pistol buffer tube on an AR-15 pistol. The brace is hollow and slides over your forearm as you hold the AR pistol and is held on by a nylon strap. In an emergency, though, if you have no time to fasten it to your forearm, the weapon can be shouldered using the back of the brace, as it is hard enough to be used as such. This is a fully compliant AR-15 pistol that can have a loaded magazine in it and ride in a vehicle in Ohio as long as someone in the vehicle has a CCW. The first State Trooper it was presented to and asked what he would do if he saw it in a car said he'd put his Glock to the driver's temple and prone him out. After it was explained he agreed it was legal, but said it would probably freak out the average officer. So if anyone has a similar state law and wants a backup weapon in their vehicle, this could be the answer! Just be prepared to educate any LEO you encounter.