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SB-SAC by SB Tactical and Grey Ghost

SB Tactical partnered with Grey Ghost to bring you the SB-SAC, a storage pouch for their braces made from Hypalon. Available in Black or FDE, it is sized to fit a Tourniquet or other similar items and can be mounted inside or outside the brace.


10 Responses to “SB-SAC by SB Tactical and Grey Ghost”

  1. jellydonut says:

    Well, if you place it in the brace, the jig is up, isn’t it?

    • BillC says:

      Not for storage purposes. And it’s not like “they” don’t know.

    • Mike says:

      The out for this is that you can still place the brace against your forearm similar to the Shockwave Brace. But it’s still my opinion that this entire brace thing is a bone being thrown to the consumer by the ATF. As long as we don’t push it, they’ll let us pretend to follow the rules.

    • J.D. says:

      It should be fine, right? You’re not permanently altering the brace and it can be returned back to its original configuration. It’s not how you use it, it’s how it’s designed. I feel bad if anyone gets caught in California with that pouch. It could easily hold 50 rounds thus making it an illegal assault pouchy magazine clip.

  2. cy says:

    The anti-gun crowd is just waiting for someone to use a braced AR pistol in crime. Then they have another reason to go after the second amendment and the AR platform.

  3. tirod3 says:

    The anti-gun crowd can keep waiting, even the bumpstocks used in Vegas are getting little traction in Congress for a ban.

    When braces came out the first thing I came up with was mounting a mag pouch on them, with the top of the mag forward and a blind bottom. As the entire debacle played out I’m glad I just spent the time learning how to shoot my pistol without it on the shoulder at all.

    AR pistols are short range weapons intended for use well under 125 meters and what do we do? Mount 300m red dots or scopes on them, then attempt to add a rest to stabilize the other end opposite the barrel. Well. the point of an SBR is shipboarding, CQB, and building security, where a shot at 21 feet is much more common. You can hit a target at 21 feet with no stock. Handgun owners do it all the time and can’t hold the sights up close to their face, either.

    99% of the brace owners out there have two good arms – and most of the other stuff hawked for pistols is for medium range accuracy, which brings up the point – why use the same gear intended for a 16″ carbine when it’s a short range pistol?

    Marketing hype and internet oneupmanship.

  4. Gabe says:

    From the “this is why we can’t have nice things” files comes another idiotic pushing the ATF’s button’s stunt. Seriously people, quit this. The ATF just loosened up a little bit on pistol braces so why poke the bear and ruin it for everyone?

    • Easy E says:

      I don’t agree with your sentiment. In fact, I believe your view, while understandable to a certain extent, illustrates the issue in allowing unelected bureaucrats to changes laws, often on a whim, in such a manner; people should not need to fear that a simple pouch will suddenly change what was a perfectly legal firearm yesterday illegal today.