SB TACTICAL™ INTRODUCES THE SBM47™ PISTOL STABILIING BRACE™ FOR AK PLATFORMS

sbm47_onak_right_6472_ccSaint Petersburg, Fla. (Nov. 28, 2016) – SB Tactical™, inventors and manufacturers of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace™, is proud to bring to market the SBM47™ Pistol Stabilizing Brace™ for AK47/74 platforms. Installation of the SBM47 does not change the classification of a pistol in accordance with GCA provisions.

The SBM47 features a slim profile and enhanced cheek weld ergonomics, while providing increased stability and improved accuracy by adding a third point of contact.

“We are excited to provide AK enthusiasts with another brace option,” said Alex Bosco, inventor and CEO of SB Tactical. “The SBM47 is slim, durable, and ideally compliments AK pistol builds.”

The SBM47 is a complete assembly with an AK adapter, tube, and brace. It weighs 15.2 ounces, is 11.6-inches long including the mounting adapter, and features an adjustable .75-inch nylon strap for a custom fit. Like all Pistol Stabilizing Braces™, the SBM47 is BATFE compliant, U.S. veteran designed, and made in the U.S.A.

For more information visit www.sb-tactical.com and follow @SB Tactical on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

About SB Tactical™

SB Tactical, the originator of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace™ and manufacturers of industry-leading firearms accessories, is setting the bar for innovation and product development in the PDW Pistol category. The SB Tactical line of products is veteran designed, BATFE approved, and manufactured in the U.S.A. For more information on the brand’s growing line of products for multiple firearms platforms, visit www.sb-tactical.com.

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