View Full Version : ATF Changes position on Stabilizing Braces

01-17-2015, 18:42
The ATF has changed their point of view on the Sig Braces. If you put it on your "pistol" to use it as a buttstock, you'll have to register it as an NFA item.

I can't say I'm surprised in the least.


http://www.atf.gov/sites/default/files/assets/Firearms/FirearmsIndustry/open_letter_on_the_redesign_of_stabilizing_braces. pdf

01-17-2015, 20:06
no problemo :cool: , the PMPDW is just as a**-kicking fired with the sling-push-pull method the HK and Singaporean SOF guys taught me

01-18-2015, 06:26
So I did a little reflecting on the problem.

FF you've shot bullseye before, therefore you can make the argument that you use the pistol to practice your one handed shooting. The additional weight can only help you hold more steady when you're actually firing your M9. :D

01-18-2015, 12:51

Jerry in proper form...

02-14-2015, 09:02
So you can still have the brace as long as you do not misuse it. Seems like an unenforceable law to me.

Actually it's not a law at all, but the opinion of the ATF Technical Branch.

ETA: first post! oops

02-20-2015, 16:57
Jut received a letter from Sig.

Re-affirms the BATFE did say the arm brace is OK..

02-21-2015, 12:52
But it is still verboten to shoulder it. It is perfectly legal to use it as designed, just don't shoulder it around anyone that has run afoul of the BATFE.