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SB47 AK Pistol Stabilizing Arm Brace
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http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/componen...l?Itemid=0

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I know there is a similar thread about the one for the Sig but I felt that this deserved it's own thread.

And also because I just ordered one for myselfBig Grin

They have come down in price I think and have become available again after being sold out everywhere at the end of the year last year. Either way it was definitely past time to grab one while the grabbing is good!

Anyone else have one? Anyone else getting one?

Once I get it I'll post some pics. It's going on my draco. Next thing I'll need is the TWS rail and rear peep sight and a good holographic and I'll be promoted to full blown OPERATOR status!!!:p
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I'll be getting an arm brace in the upcoming year. I'm just not sure if it will be on an AK, or AR.

Looking at the AK pistols I wonder if the brace is positioned too closely to the rear of the receiver to properly use it for the purpose it was not designed for.

I'm not a big guy though and short LOP stocks suit me, so who knows.
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Emptymag;132947 Wrote:I'll be getting an arm brace in the upcoming year. I'm just not sure if it will be on an AK, or AR.

Looking at the AK pistols I wonder if the brace is positioned too closely to the rear of the receiver to properly use it for the purpose it was not designed for.

I'm not a big guy though and short LOP stocks suit me, so who knows.

That's what I thought too but everything I've read said it's much like a collapsible stock all the way forward, which is where I always kept all my AR's anyway. I'm not a huge guy either. I like 'em nice and tight.
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#4
Unless I'm missing something, it seems the AK pistol would be less expensive.

AND an AK47 pistol would certainly be more

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than an AR15 pistol.

Big Grin
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#5
What's the price looking like for the SB15 version? My google-fu is weak and I'm not finding them...
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Emptymag;132947 Wrote:I'll be getting an arm brace in the upcoming year. I'm just not sure if it will be on an AK, or AR.

Looking at the AK pistols I wonder if the brace is positioned too closely to the rear of the receiver to properly use it for the purpose it was not designed for.

I'm not a big guy though and short LOP stocks suit me, so who knows.

I was thinking the same thing too. Angel
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First time dealing with atlantic firearms and so far so good.

Placed my order around 8 last night (sunday). Their website says to wait 3-5 days for the order to be shipped at which point they will email me my tracking number. Well, less than 24 hrs later I've got a tracking number already! Way to go atlantic!!! Wooot!
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AK pistols are nice because they don't have that damn buffer tube sticking out the back...although, the tube may give the AR pistol a little more support when using the Sig stabilizer.
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RocketFoot;133020 Wrote:AK pistols are nice because they don't have that damn buffer tube sticking out the back...although, the tube may give the AR pistol a little more support when using the Sig stabilizer.

This is my only concern about the AK pistol version. The brace is only held on by the two fork like prongs that slide in and straddle the bolt for the pistol grip. I am curious to see how well it stays in place like this. I'm using a Hogue grip on my pistol so I don't know it that will make a difference or not. The Hogue grip has a shorter bolt through the reciever.

I currently have a sling swivel stud that I installed on the rear of the receiver through a hole I drilled so if worst comes to worst I could probably bolt the brace on there to lock it on better.
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#10
I saw it mentioned that the grip gets moved down a hair to accommodate the mounting bracket. Hopefully not enough to mess up the hold on the grip/reach of trigger.
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