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Looking at the SB Tactical Locking Buffer Tube Folding Adapter for a couple of different (non-AR) EBRs.

http://www.brownells.com/handg...pter-prod122057.aspx

Has anyone tried them on any rifle, or with a pistol and arm brace?
 
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I've used the LAW Tactical folding mount for the AR. It works great! https://www.brownells.com/rifl...51465.aspx?rrec=true




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It's a lot cheaper than the LAW, it might be worth giving it a shot.


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It's cheaper than a LAW as it doesn't do the same thing. Lots of LAW experience and that's pretty darn good. No experience on this one as I don't have the need. Looking at the pictures not sure how it could be really bad, but of course they don't show the angles it folds nor how it holds.


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It's a lot cheaper than the LAW, it might be worth giving it a shot.


It seems to be cheaper, as from the photos it is solid and doesn't allow a buffer to travel through it.




 
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Or this

http://www.usmachinegun.com/pr...ail.php?prod=SF2-LGT


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That one seems even worse in terms of the published limitations of use.


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hrcjon, FWIW, Mishaco's got one on a BREN pistol in one of his videos. I don't claim that's an endorsement, but it does show locking/unlocking and angle of deployment.
 
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No experience with those but have a few of the HERA side folding units and am very happy with tnem. As mentioned above, not the purpose of the LAW design.





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^^^ Interesting - German made, about the same place, and the clasp holding it in place doesn't stick out as much as it does with the SB unit when the stock is folded.
 
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FYI that folder doesn't work with and Ar-15 type rifle.

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It would be great for running a folding setup for AR stock on an M4 lower Sig556 or B&T stuff.
 
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I should know better than to beta-test, but I'm seriously kicking around the idea of a BRN-180, and I haven't found an ideal solution yet for putting a folding stock on a Yugo AK.
 
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Brn180 + this sounds like a pretty cool idea
 
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Short barrel Wolf T91 upper with this and a Tailhook brace would be the bees knees for a compact setup (and would cost less than the BRN180 upper alone)
 
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