The SB-MINI boasts a compact design that is lightweight and easy to maneuver. (Photo: SB Tactical)
Pistol Stabilizing Brace inventor SB Tactical continues to grow its product line, debuting the compact SB-Mini and SBL.
Utilizing a minimalist design, the new braces aim to reduce both weight and overall footprint for shooters in need of a smaller package. The SB-Mini showcases the smallest and lightest style, weighing in at just four ounces with a total 3.5-inches in overall length. Available in either standard black or flat dark earth, the SB Mini features a price just south of $120.
Following the SB-Mini, SB Tactical also released the SBL. Touted as the company’s lowest profile, full cavity brace, the SBL offers an overall length measuring 7.8-inches long. The SBL tips scale at 6.25-ounces. Also available in black or FDE, the brace touts a price tag of $149 and will ship before the end of 2017.
The SBL is slightly larger than the Mini but still offers a small footprint. (Photo: SB Tactical)
Both the SBL and SB-MINI boast compatibility with AR-style pistol buffer tubes. SB Tactical reminds consumers that stabilizing braces do comply with Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives regulations.
“The SB-Mini and SBL Pistol Stabilizing Braces are BATFE compliant, U.S. Veteran-designed, and proudly made in the USA,” the company said in a press release. “Installation of the SB-MINI and SBL does not change the classification of the host pistol in accordance with GCA provisions.”