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New from SB Tactical: SB-MAG20 and SB-SAC

Now you can put the void in your SB Tactical Brace to good use. SB Tactical has introduced a series of pouches designed to fit the arm channel of their braces.

The SBMAG-20 is an injection molded polymer magazine carrier for 20 round AR-15 magazines that is designed to be anchored by the arm strap. It can hold a wide variety of 20 round AR-15 magazines including aluminum GI, Magpul PMAG, and Lancer L5AWM 20 round magazines (and likely others). SB Tactical states that the SBMAG-20 is designed for the SBM4™, SOB™, and SB15™ (SBX™ and SBX-K™ compatible with included 1″ replacement strap).

Grey Ghost Gear collaborated with SB Tactical to create the SB-SAC. The hypalon pouch may be mounted inside or on the outside of the brace. It is large enough to store a variety of items including a CAT tourniquet. The SB-SAC is available in black or FDE.

Check out the new line of pouches at SB-Tactical.com.

2 Responses to New from SB Tactical: SB-MAG20 and SB-SAC

  1. steveday72 November 3, 2017 at 22:25 #

    I bet the ATF would have something to say about anyone using this. It would certainly show intent that the user was not planning to use the brace as originally intended (to strap onto the forearm).

  2. COTRIG November 8, 2017 at 06:36 #

    From the 2017 ATF Open Letter regarding pistol braces:

    “If, however, the shooter/possessor takes affirmative steps to configure the device for use as a shoulder-stock—for example, configuring the brace so as to permanently affix it to the end of a buffer tube, (thereby creating a length that has no other purpose than to facilitate its use as a stock), removing the arm-strap, or otherwise undermining its ability to be used as a brace—and then in fact shoots the firearm from the shoulder using the accessory as a shoulder stock, that person has objectively “redesigned” the firearm for the purposes of the NFA”.

    I agree with steveday72

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