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So if I want a pistol lower with a brace to mate with a short upper what do I want? Is the SBA3 the brace to buy or is there another one that is better?
Is PSA the place to buy a complete pistol lower with brace?

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I would say honestly the SBA3 is hands down the Best option out there right now.

If you shop around, there are plenty of places selling. But PSA does run some really good deal(s) at times...
 
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Depends on what you are going for.

I have both the SBA3 and PDW.


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The SBA4 is slightly better than the SBA3 if you don't mind spending a little extra.


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Tailhook


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I prefer the SBA4. It’s a little heavier than the SBA3 which helps if you have a device hanging off the barrel. Better balance.


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Thanks guys, show me some deals. I see PSA has the SB3A lower for $169 and with their enhanced trigger for $199. $190 and $230 for their SB4A offerings.

Other manufacturers are fine too. Just would like to stay under $300 if possible.



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Check primary arms.


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Nothing there smithnsig, thanks though.



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Another nod for Primary Arms and the SBA3. I haven't tried the SBA4 so can't' comment on it, but I really like the A3.
 
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Nothing there smithnsig, thanks though.


Aero Precision only complete lower on their site under $300.

https://www.primaryarms.com/ae...iver-with-sba3-brace

BCM there is $475.

https://www.primaryarms.com/br...mbly-with-sba3-brace

If you just want the brace Landos Armory for $103.

https://lanbosarmory.com/index...n_page=shopping_cart
 
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At this point a PSA complete Pistol lower with a
SB3 or 4A for around $200 is going to be hard to beat but if someone comes up with something else for $300ish I might give it some consideration depending on what it is. A Spikes, Cmmg, RRA, etc. is what I am thinking.

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When you get your PSA lower, the EPT trigger is a worthwhile upgrade.
 
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I'd go tailhook if your ok with a fixed location brace but SBA3 if you want an adjustable.
 
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I'd go tailhook if your ok with a fixed location brace but SBA3 if you want an adjustable.


Or you could go with the Mod 2 Tailhook which is adjustable if you want to spent $200 just on the brace.

https://gearheadworks.com/prod...ailhook-mod-2-black/
 
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i do not see a pistol lower with a tailhook brace.

I am leaning towards a PSA lower with the SB4A and enhanced trigger.

Any reason to go the SB3A over the 4A?



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I like the slightly simpler design of the SBA3 myself. Personal preference.

The tailhook would be the most functional if it were used in contact with the shoulder.
 
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Any thoughts on the KAK Shockwave moe blade brace for a pistol?



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Don't have a budget for something like that.

Seem's like the SB3A pistol from PSA nobody can come close too and is a combo that is hard to beat?



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