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Close Quarters Pistol Brace: CQ-B
CQ-B (Pistol Brace)


 
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Price: $279.00

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We had comfort and functionality in mind when we designed this brace for your AR pistol. Five different lengths and a slot for a strap make adjusting it to your arm extremely easy. The 3oz micro buffer means the system fits easily on any of your guns with a carbine buffer. A QD sling mount allows you to carry your pistol in a slung position for maximum maneuverability while not in a ready position.

Features
  • 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Compatibility: 9mm, 300 black out, .223/5.56, 6.5 Grendel Weight: 20oz
  • 5 length positions
  • Forward QD mount
  • Compact buffer tube
  • 3oz buffer
  • Arm strap not included

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Great Brace August 6, 2020
Reviewer: Lonnie from Killeen, TX  
I personally like this brace. I've had five so far in my shop and have used them all with no issues. Ken is correct in regard to button not releasing it all the way to the back but any forward pressure on it will lock it into the next locking position or a slight pull of less than 1/4" will lock it fully back.

Other than the button rapid deployment system being awesome, Having an all metal Stock and especially Brace is a great option for those who do not like the rubber or plastic options out there.

When totally collapsed, they both only add five inches to the end of your receiver making it very compact and I have tried almost every PDW type stock and brace on the market.

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3 of 5 Close Quarters Pistol Brace June 1, 2020
Reviewer: Ken from Arizona  
The first brace I bought was defective. The buffer tube was out of spec. It’s tolerance was to small preventing the buffer to cycle freely. Returned to my local gun shop Diamondback Firearms and they replace it with another one. The second one functions flawlessly and looks great on my Daniel Defense pistol. The spring is just a tad bit weak to fully deploy with a push of a button. It extends fully but doesn’t lock completely without help.

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