SIGTac SB15 Stabilizing Brace Launches This Week

SIG SAUER is introducing a new product this week for AR-pistols that may well change the way you look at these guns.

According to SIG SAUER, the SIGTac SB15 Stabilizing Brace will , “Dramatically Improve the Single-Handed Performance of Buffer Tube Equipped Pistols.” Additionally, they state that it is ATF approved.

– Fits all pistols equipped with an AR-style buffer tube 1.0″ – 1.2″ in diameter.
– ATF Approved
– Veteran Designed
– Made in USA
– Quick and easy to install

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every SB15 Pistol Stabilizing Brace goes to support the veterans of Honored American Veterans Afield.

Look for these to start going on sale starting at the NRA Annual Meeting in Houston this Friday, in the SIG SAUER booth.

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18 Responses to “SIGTac SB15 Stabilizing Brace Launches This Week”

  1. Weaver says:


    With a buffer tube that long – not to mention a barrel that long – you’d think it would make more sense to put a shoulder stock on it and fire it conventionally.

    But I’m sure there’s a market for that contraption. There always is.

  2. Jason says:

    OMG the evil short barreled rifles!!!

  3. OmegaDR says:

    And of course this contraption couldn’t as easily be used as a shoulder stock??? Exactly why do we have an ATF anyway???

    • Lisa says:

      If you have it strapped to your forearm how can you shoulder it. The atf from what I know approves or denies by intent….not by how it can inappropriately be used.

  4. Spencer says:

    I thought I wouldnt be the first to say this….


    that is an armhole stock! all you have to do is put it against your shoulder!

  5. Vince says:

    Looks legit…true story. I guess everyone just got their NFA backdoor to an SBR. At least until liberal media see’s it.

  6. MP says:

    Nice concept. Don’t know about always having that thing strapped in though. What if you had to drop your main weapon and go to a secondary?

    Would love to see one that is spring loaded versus the strap.

    • defensor fortissimo says:

      maybe come up with some sort of quick release system for the straps

  7. AlexC says:

    I think that this would be a great device for amputee’s as well, both civilian and veteran that have lost a hand or an arm.

    I’m surprised that SIG didn’t show that in their video. Regardless of if they liberal media freak out or not, I really think if SIG also marketed this as an enabling device for handicapped people, it might help prevent criticism.

    Any gun accessory that helps our wounded veterans is a good thing regardless of it’s controversy.


    • Timothy Paul Perry says:

      That was the intent Alex, I know because my best friend built the prototype while we were visiting Haiti several months ago.

  8. greyghost says:

    Everyone get a Pistol now!

    Fvck the ATF’s tax stamp

    • mike says:

      Make sure you have a virgin receiver transferred to you as a pistol! Simply not putting a stock on a rifle does not a pistol make!

      I have an AR pistol, which I’m a huge fan of, but I don’t see how this is any more of a “stock” than simply pushing the buffer tube into your shoulder.

  9. Lisa says:

    The ATF Approval letter is on….awesome!!!