SB Tactical releases stabilizing brace kits for Remington, Mossberg
By Jacki Billings
New brace kits are available from SB Tacical specifically for Remington’s Tac-14 and Mossberg’s 590 Shockwave. (Photo: SB Tactical)
SB Tactical continues to roll out new stabilizing brace options for firearms owners, launching new fits for Remington’s Tac-14 and Mossberg’s 590 Shockwave.
The SBM4 and SBL kits are designed to offer a more stable, third point of contact for shooters, all the while maintaining the gun’s original classification — meaning, no BATFE agents dropping by unexpectedly.
SB Tactical says the TAC14-SBM4 and 590-SBM4 boast the SBM4 brace with a 7075 aluminum receiver extension paired with an ERGO Flat Top SureGrip, ERGO Mossberg 590 or Remington Tac-14 adapter and castle nut. Tipping scales at 21 ounces, the kits both measure 10.25-inches in overall length.
The brace adds a third point of contact which SB Tactical says improves stability. (Photo: SB Tactical)
For shooters looking for even less weight on their builds, SB Tactical introduces the Tac14-SBL and 590-SBL systems. These boast the company’s latest SBL design, delivering a low-profile, full cavity brace. The SBL kit features the same accessories as the SBM4 for each firearm. Both setups measure 11.75-inches in length, weighing 18.5-ounces.
The kits ship ready to assembly featuring a MSRP of $199.
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