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Posted: 12/11/2013 8:45:17 AM EST

Tell me what you guys think.
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 8:52:54 AM EST
Needs hot gals in bikinis.

Other than that, not bad.
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 9:05:37 AM EST
She's cute.



















Oh, nice review.
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 10:03:26 AM EST
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 11:21:33 AM EST
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Originally Posted By dryflash3:

Bad idea in this forum. Would need to be posted in BOTD.
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Originally Posted By TxRabbitBane:
Needs hot gals in bikinis.

Other than that, not bad.

Bad idea in this forum. Would need to be posted in BOTD.


Way to go, Captain Killjoy...
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 3:21:11 AM EST
No shouldering of the brace ? What a joke
Link Posted: 12/12/2013 4:31:34 AM EST
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Originally Posted By TxRabbitBane:


Way to go, Captain Killjoy...
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Originally Posted By dryflash3:
Originally Posted By TxRabbitBane:
Needs hot gals in bikinis.

Other than that, not bad.

Bad idea in this forum. Would need to be posted in BOTD.


Way to go, Captain Killjoy...

oh snap....
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 5:37:01 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/13/2013 5:39:55 AM EST by Adamp123]
The stock would force people to place their face on top of the dust cover? I hope you are kidding. As you say, this is intended for amputees. You are correct. If someone (with both arms) thinks this is a better alternative to a good single-point sling method, they are mistaken. However, there is nothing preventing someone from shouldering this setup and that is a far better method than both a single-point sling and the Weaver stance. If one shoulders the SB-47, is it a "loophole"? Maybe, but it is legal. Shouldering the SB-47 does not magically convert a legal pistol configuration into a NFA SBR through the change in technique of use and it will certainly not put your face on top of the dust cover. .
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 7:03:28 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Adamp123:
The stock would force people to place their face on top of the dust cover? I hope you are kidding. As you say, this is intended for amputees. You are correct. If someone (with both arms) thinks this is a better alternative to a good single-point sling method, they are mistaken. However, there is nothing preventing someone from shouldering this setup and that is a far better method than both a single-point sling and the Weaver stance. If one shoulders the SB-47, is it a "loophole"? Maybe, but it is legal. Shouldering the SB-47 does not magically convert a legal pistol configuration into a NFA SBR through the change in technique of use and it will certainly not put your face on top of the dust cover. .
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I'm pretty sure that line was some good 'ol CYA.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 9:40:16 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/14/2013 5:18:36 AM EST by Adamp123]
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Originally Posted By nightshade1:


I'm pretty sure that line was some good 'ol CYA.
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Originally Posted By nightshade1:
Originally Posted By Adamp123:
The stock would force people to place their face on top of the dust cover? I hope you are kidding. As you say, this is intended for amputees. You are correct. If someone (with both arms) thinks this is a better alternative to a good single-point sling method, they are mistaken. However, there is nothing preventing someone from shouldering this setup and that is a far better method than both a single-point sling and the Weaver stance. If one shoulders the SB-47, is it a "loophole"? Maybe, but it is legal. Shouldering the SB-47 does not magically convert a legal pistol configuration into a NFA SBR through the change in technique of use and it will certainly not put your face on top of the dust cover. .


I'm pretty sure that line was some good 'ol CYA.


Read the last sentence of my post that you quoted. Anyone with two good arms who thinks that these braces are practical (in the way showed in the video) is mistaken. These braces are like the elephant in the room that everyone tries to ignore. They come up with the most asinine reasons as to why they are can't be shouldered, but just about everyone (with half of a brain) knows that it's possible. They can be shouldered and I am sure that 98% of the able-bodied people who purchase these will shoulder them.

ETA:

NO! LOOK!!!!! It's an illegal SBR!:



Oh, wait. That's just a pistol. Never mind.

Oh, the horror! Another illegal SBR!



Oops. Never mind... just another pistol (minus the VFG). But WAIT! It does not magically become an SBR when it touches the shoulder?!?!? That is so crazy.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 6:43:06 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Adamp123:


Read the last sentence of my post that you quoted. Anyone with two good arms who thinks that these braces are practical (in the way showed in the video) is mistaken. These braces are like the elephant in the room that everyone tries to ignore. They come up with the most asinine reasons as to why they are can't be shouldered, but just about everyone (with half of a brain) knows that it's possible. They can be shouldered and I am sure that 98% of the able-bodied people who purchase these will shoulder them.

ETA:

NO! LOOK!!!!! It's an illegal SBR!:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&docid=1-azSGiCSF5FcM&tbnid=DmRfBy-GCvJ1FM:&ved=0CAUQjBw4Iw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fumaadw.bay.livefilestore.com%2Fy2p_C8MbsnXct3zVFGMe_zTtmlyGmFgHl0I1-UAcUdL02pfrM6AOOeExVwcSFKrIf6pP6vtKl10EVJgQ43­6KmPLShB9KekDyvGDmmnrK6IoEEnLnB3ecNnl36JPPw7z­xXrN%2Farpistol.JPG&ei=62SrUsOOCqLMsQSagIGoDg&psig=AFQjCNHfq9Q0JdlQJ_nYZr-tImEbwT3RYQ&ust=1387050603202015

Oh, wait. That's just a pistol. Never mind.

Oh, the horror! Another illegal SBR!

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/IMG_1505.jpg

Oops. Never mind... just another pistol (minus the VFG). But WAIT! It does not magically become an SBR when it touches the shoulder?!?!? That is so crazy.
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Originally Posted By Adamp123:
Originally Posted By nightshade1:
Originally Posted By Adamp123:
The stock would force people to place their face on top of the dust cover? I hope you are kidding. As you say, this is intended for amputees. You are correct. If someone (with both arms) thinks this is a better alternative to a good single-point sling method, they are mistaken. However, there is nothing preventing someone from shouldering this setup and that is a far better method than both a single-point sling and the Weaver stance. If one shoulders the SB-47, is it a "loophole"? Maybe, but it is legal. Shouldering the SB-47 does not magically convert a legal pistol configuration into a NFA SBR through the change in technique of use and it will certainly not put your face on top of the dust cover. .


I'm pretty sure that line was some good 'ol CYA.


Read the last sentence of my post that you quoted. Anyone with two good arms who thinks that these braces are practical (in the way showed in the video) is mistaken. These braces are like the elephant in the room that everyone tries to ignore. They come up with the most asinine reasons as to why they are can't be shouldered, but just about everyone (with half of a brain) knows that it's possible. They can be shouldered and I am sure that 98% of the able-bodied people who purchase these will shoulder them.

ETA:

NO! LOOK!!!!! It's an illegal SBR!:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&docid=1-azSGiCSF5FcM&tbnid=DmRfBy-GCvJ1FM:&ved=0CAUQjBw4Iw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fumaadw.bay.livefilestore.com%2Fy2p_C8MbsnXct3zVFGMe_zTtmlyGmFgHl0I1-UAcUdL02pfrM6AOOeExVwcSFKrIf6pP6vtKl10EVJgQ43­6KmPLShB9KekDyvGDmmnrK6IoEEnLnB3ecNnl36JPPw7z­xXrN%2Farpistol.JPG&ei=62SrUsOOCqLMsQSagIGoDg&psig=AFQjCNHfq9Q0JdlQJ_nYZr-tImEbwT3RYQ&ust=1387050603202015

Oh, wait. That's just a pistol. Never mind.

Oh, the horror! Another illegal SBR!

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/IMG_1505.jpg

Oops. Never mind... just another pistol (minus the VFG). But WAIT! It does not magically become an SBR when it touches the shoulder?!?!? That is so crazy.


I hope yours has an OAL over 26 inches.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 7:05:25 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/13/2013 7:09:38 PM EST by Adamp123]
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Originally Posted By CGP2:


I hope yours has an OAL over 26 inches.
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Originally Posted By Adamp123:
Originally Posted By nightshade1:
Originally Posted By Adamp123:
The stock would force people to place their face on top of the dust cover? I hope you are kidding. As you say, this is intended for amputees. You are correct. If someone (with both arms) thinks this is a better alternative to a good single-point sling method, they are mistaken. However, there is nothing preventing someone from shouldering this setup and that is a far better method than both a single-point sling and the Weaver stance. If one shoulders the SB-47, is it a "loophole"? Maybe, but it is legal. Shouldering the SB-47 does not magically convert a legal pistol configuration into a NFA SBR through the change in technique of use and it will certainly not put your face on top of the dust cover. .


I'm pretty sure that line was some good 'ol CYA.


Read the last sentence of my post that you quoted. Anyone with two good arms who thinks that these braces are practical (in the way showed in the video) is mistaken. These braces are like the elephant in the room that everyone tries to ignore. They come up with the most asinine reasons as to why they are can't be shouldered, but just about everyone (with half of a brain) knows that it's possible. They can be shouldered and I am sure that 98% of the able-bodied people who purchase these will shoulder them.

ETA:

NO! LOOK!!!!! It's an illegal SBR!:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&docid=1-azSGiCSF5FcM&tbnid=DmRfBy-GCvJ1FM:&ved=0CAUQjBw4Iw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fumaadw.bay.livefilestore.com%2Fy2p_C8MbsnXct3zVFGMe_zTtmlyGmFgHl0I1-UAcUdL02pfrM6AOOeExVwcSFKrIf6pP6vtKl10EVJgQ43­6KmPLShB9KekDyvGDmmnrK6IoEEnLnB3ecNnl36JPPw7z­xXrN%2Farpistol.JPG&ei=62SrUsOOCqLMsQSagIGoDg&psig=AFQjCNHfq9Q0JdlQJ_nYZr-tImEbwT3RYQ&ust=1387050603202015

Oh, wait. That's just a pistol. Never mind.

Oh, the horror! Another illegal SBR!

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/IMG_1505.jpg

Oops. Never mind... just another pistol (minus the VFG). But WAIT! It does not magically become an SBR when it touches the shoulder?!?!? That is so crazy.


I hope yours has an OAL over 26 inches.


I don't have one. That said, what's your point?
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 7:20:36 PM EST
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