Not sure if this should go here or in handguns, but I see other brace discussion here.
I finally am going to take the plunge for an LWRC DI 10.5" .223 pistol. They generally come with an SB brace, or as the pistol itself.
I would like something compact, but don't know that I want to go the route of a brace that you have to reassemble from a folded position. The SBPDW brace with the telescoping rails looks interesting (does it shorten the package several inches from a plain SB, or just allow for greater length?), but also seems a half pound heavier than the other SB versions.
What are the pros and cons of different options, and what do folks recommend?
I like my SB Tactical SBA3 brace. They just came out with a SBA4 brace also.
Another vote for the SBA3
Yet another vote for the SB Tactical SBA3 AR Pistol Stabilizing Brace.
Primary Arms has them on sale for $99.99.
ETA: Looks like the PA sale is over. They are back up to $129.99 now.
ETA2: Looks like they are on sale at Brownells for $109.99 now.
Thanks for the replies.
What is good about the SBA3?
Pardon, that question was dashed off too quickly in the middle of work distraction.
What I should have taken the time to write--
Do folks have experience with the SB vs SBA3? Is the main difference the adjustability of the SBA3? Other differences? And does that adjustability make the SBA3 able to be retracted into a ?3" shorter package?
And can anyone compare the SBPDW vs the SB or SBA3? The PDW looks cool, but is heavier. Despite the weight (and expense), it gets great reviews. Does it make for a shorter retracted package?
And any thoughts about which feels more solid to you?
Lanbos Armory for the brace.
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The sba3 is solid. Doesn't move around like the originals.
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