Don't call it an SBR II: The AK Version

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The 100 percent U.S.-made SB-47 Stabilizing brace is a device that secures AK style pistols to the forearm of the shooter, and assists the shooter while firing the pistol the way it is intended.

When the SB-47 is properly attached to the pistol and forearm, recoil is depressed significantly, resulting in more accurate shooting without compromising safety, comfort, or control.

BATFE approved.

It was just a matter of time. This isn’t a stock, it’s a brace, and being that it’s a brace, it prevents your pistol from becoming an NFA-restricted short-barreled rifle.

[Century International Arms]

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