Designed for all platforms capable of accepting a mil-spec carbine receiver extension, the SBA4™ features an integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket.
Designed after the SBM4™
Integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket
US veteran designed and proudly made in the USA
Product includes: brace, adjustable nylon strap (does not include buffer tube)
All sales final on stabilizing braces.
On January 13, 2023, the Attorney General signed ATF final rule
2021R-08F, “Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached ‘Stabilizing
Braces,’” amending ATF’s regulations to clarify when a rifle is designed, made,
and intended to be fired from the shoulder.
The rule outlines the factors ATF would consider when evaluating
firearms equipped with a purported “stabilizing brace” (or other rearward
attachment) to determine whether these weapons would be considered a “rifle” or
“short-barreled rifle” under the Gun Control Act of 1968, or a “rifle” or
“firearm” subject to regulation under the National Firearms Act. The rule’s
amended definition of “rifle” clarifies that the term “designed, redesigned,
made or remade, and intended to be fired from the shoulder” includes a weapon
that is equipped with an accessory, component, or other rearward attachment
(e.g., a “stabilizing brace”) that provides surface area that allows the weapon
to be fired from the shoulder, provided other factors, as listed in the
definition, indicate the weapon is designed and intended to be fired from the
This rule does not affect “stabilizing braces” that are
objectively designed and intended as a “stabilizing brace” for use by
individuals with disabilities, and not for shouldering the weapon as a rifle.
Such stabilizing braces are designed to conform to the arm and not as a
buttstock. However, if the firearm with the “stabilizing brace” is a
short-barreled rifle, it needs to be registered within 120-days from the date
of publication in the Federal Register.
This rule is effective the date it is published in the Federal
Register. Any weapons with “stabilizing braces” or similar attachments that
constitute rifles under the NFA must be registered no later than 120 days after
date of publication in the Federal Register; or the short barrel removed and a
16-inch or longer rifle barrel attached to the firearm; or permanently remove
and dispose of, or alter, the “stabilizing brace” such that it cannot be
reattached; or the firearm is turned in to your local ATF office. Or the
firearm is destroyed.
Please note that this is the text of the final rule as signed by
the Attorney General, but the official version of the final rule will be as it
is published in the Federal Register. The rule will go into effect once it is
published in the Federal Register.