SB Tactical and Maxim Defense both showcased their new products at the NRA 2016 Annual Meeting. Maxim makes the metal hardware for the new SB Tactical adjustable arm brace. Maxim also offers their own version of it as a collapsible stock with a metal stock in place of the rubber arm brace.
Tresna Defense JAG9G 9mm AR pistol with the new SB Tactical adjustable brace. The Tresna is chamber in the standard 9x19mm pistol cartridge and it feeds from Glock magazine.
The SBPDW arm brace is a collaboration between SB Tactical and Maxim Defense.
The SBPDW weights 18.14 oz and 5.5 inches long when it’s collapsed.
Tresna JAG9G 9mm AR pistol with both the new SB Tactical adjustable SBPDW stock and the new Tresna lightweight keymod handguard.
The 15.5-inch version of the new Tresna lightweight keymod handguard. The Tresna handguard is compatible with any standard AR-15 rifle.
The SBPDW will be available in two models. One for the AR-15/AR-10 type pistol and the other for the Sig MPX.
The new CZ Bren 805 S1 pistol with the new SB Tactical SBM4 brace.
The SBM4 model has a MSRP of $149.99. It’s lighter and has better cheek support than the original.
Close up of the SB Tactical SBM4 arm brace.
The CZ Bren 805 with the Maxim CQB Stock.
Maxim also offers special buffer springs for their CQB stock and SB adjustable brace. The three on the right are JP 9mm, standard and heavy silent capture springs. The one on the left is Maxim’s own spring & buffer kit with a tungsten buffer, it’s also available in both standard and heavy buffer weights.
The Maxim CQB Stock will be available in both black and flat dark earth colors.
The show special price should be close to the actual street price.