SB Tactical has just released shocking news. The ATF has reportedly reversed their stance on shouldering “Stabilizing Braces.”

The press release containing more details is featured below:

“Saint Petersburg, Fla. (April, 25, 2017) – SB Tactical™, inventors and manufacturers of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace®, is excited to announce that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE) has issued SB Tactical a reversal letter containing a sensible clarification of the Bureau’s position on the lawful use of SB Tactical braces.

The new clarification of opinion letter states, “an NFA firearm has not necessarily been made when the device is not reconfigured for use as a shoulder stock – even if the attached firearm happens to be fired from the shoulder. To the extent that the January 2015 Open Letter implied or has been construed to hold that incidental, sporadic, or situational “use” of an arm-brace (in its original approved configuration) equipped firearm from a firing position at or near the shoulder was sufficient to constitute “redesign,” such interpretations are incorrect and not consistent with ATF’s interpretation of the statute or the manner in which it has historically been enforced.”

SB Tactical, along with the law offices of Mark Barnes & Associates, have worked tirelessly for more than two years to correct what they believed to be an inaccurate interpretation of “redesign,” related to the Pistol Stabilizing Brace. “It has always been our belief that the addition of our Pistol Stabilizing Brace benefits shooters, both disabled and able-bodied, and that neither strapping it to your arm nor shouldering a brace equipped pistol would constitute ‘redesign’ of a pistol to a NFA firearm”, said Alex Bosco, inventor, founder and CEO of SB Tactical. “We are strongly encouraged by the ATF’s reversal of opinion and commend their willingness to continually review policy, including their own opinions, to ensure public safety and the fulfillment of their mission.”

Both SB Tactical and Mark Barnes & Associates are proud to be at the forefront of protecting and preserving the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans. Mark Barnes echoed Bosco’s praise of the ATF’s new guidance and stated that “it’s clear that the Bureau has no intention or desire to prosecute law abiding citizens using SB Tactical Pistol Stabilizing Braces. Their decision to act should be commended.””

This change in stance is nothing short of ground breaking, and we’ll be sure to update you if we get more details. It would also be nice to see a copy of that letter mentioned in the press release above . . .

Here are a couple videos from Military Arms Channel and SB Tactical that talk about the braces, and explains their legality BEFORE the ATF backtracked on their restriction:

Image is a screenshot from the YouTube video

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  • 92nRed Rappini

    All ways interesting.

  • Larry Kelley jr

    so can you shoulder it or not . why even bring it up. if you still can not shoulder it its just a constipation of everyone’s mind .to confusing. if it’s something that has been changed to where you can shoulder it there should be a new conversation about that.

  • Interesting how government works…

    You can take an AR… remove the stock and shorten the barrel and it is called a pistol.

    If you add the stock back on… it is still called a pistol.