SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

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SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by 10Driver » Wed Nov 07, 2018 2:52 pm

CMMG micro cqb rip brace


This looks to be one heck of a combo for AR pistol use.

- length is 1.25” shorter than standard.

- CMMG rip adjuster for your preset length

- SBA3 brace which is currently one of the best braces

- reasonably priced (brace, tube, buffer, spring and castle nut included)


https://loadoutroom.com/110056/cmmg-unv ... r-pistols/



Next question, can it use the Maxim PDW JP silent springs?

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by Flatliner » Wed Nov 07, 2018 6:41 pm

10Driver wrote:CMMG micro cqb rip brace


This looks to be one heck of a combo for AR pistol use.

- length is 1.25” shorter than standard.

- CMMG rip adjuster for your preset length

- SBA3 brace which is currently one of the best braces

- reasonably priced (brace, tube, buffer, spring and castle nut included)


https://loadoutroom.com/110056/cmmg-unv ... r-pistols/



Next question, can it use the Maxim PDW JP silent springs?
Seems like a bit of a premium over street price to not have to push a button but maybe that's just me.

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by withoutremorse42 » Wed Nov 07, 2018 7:35 pm

10Driver wrote:CMMG micro cqb rip brace

This looks to be one heck of a combo for AR pistol use.
Next question, can it use the Maxim PDW JP silent springs?
I've got one on the way from CMMG's PR handlers. Will post review
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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by golfindia » Wed Nov 07, 2018 8:10 pm

Wonder if this will hurt their sales.

https://blog.princelaw.com/2018/10/28/a ... t-be-next/

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by 10Driver » Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:44 pm

Flatliner wrote:
10Driver wrote:CMMG micro cqb rip brace


This looks to be one heck of a combo for AR pistol use.

- length is 1.25” shorter than standard.

- CMMG rip adjuster for your preset length

- SBA3 brace which is currently one of the best braces

- reasonably priced (brace, tube, buffer, spring and castle nut included)


https://loadoutroom.com/110056/cmmg-unv ... r-pistols/



Next question, can it use the Maxim PDW JP silent springs?
Seems like a bit of a premium over street price to not have to push a button but maybe that's just me.


Standard SBA3 (tube and brace) - $169 MSRP

New micro model (tube, brace, buffer, spring and castle nut) - $199 MSRP

Are you considering the $30 difference in MSRP to be a premium? Even with the additional functionality and components?


FWIW, last SBA3 was $95 “street price” and still required a buffer, spring end plate and a castle nut. That cost more than $30 in “street price” for those parts.

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by Flatliner » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:10 pm

10Driver wrote:
Flatliner wrote:
10Driver wrote:CMMG micro cqb rip brace


This looks to be one heck of a combo for AR pistol use.

- length is 1.25” shorter than standard.

- CMMG rip adjuster for your preset length

- SBA3 brace which is currently one of the best braces

- reasonably priced (brace, tube, buffer, spring and castle nut included)


https://loadoutroom.com/110056/cmmg-unv ... r-pistols/



Next question, can it use the Maxim PDW JP silent springs?
Seems like a bit of a premium over street price to not have to push a button but maybe that's just me.


Standard SBA3 (tube and brace) - $169 MSRP

New micro model (tube, brace, buffer, spring and castle nut) - $199 MSRP

Are you considering the $30 difference in MSRP to be a premium? Even with the additional functionality and components?


FWIW, last SBA3 was $95 “street price” and still required a buffer, spring end plate and a castle nut. That cost more than $30 in “street price” for those parts.
To be honest, I didnt notice the extra parts so 199 - 95 was the math I did.

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by 10Driver » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:25 pm

Flatliner wrote:
10Driver wrote:
Flatliner wrote:
Seems like a bit of a premium over street price to not have to push a button but maybe that's just me.


Standard SBA3 (tube and brace) - $169 MSRP

New micro model (tube, brace, buffer, spring and castle nut) - $199 MSRP

Are you considering the $30 difference in MSRP to be a premium? Even with the additional functionality and components?


FWIW, last SBA3 was $95 “street price” and still required a buffer, spring end plate and a castle nut. That cost more than $30 in “street price” for those parts.
To be honest, I didnt notice the extra parts so 199 - 95 was the math I did.
To be honest myself, I initially thought I’d screwed it up. I read it pretty fast myself!

I was real close to pulling the trigger on a Maxim brace. This is less expensive, lighter weight, thinner, similar or better functionality and looks to be a great idea.


My only concern is buffer and spring options that pair well for 300 Blackout.

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by Flatliner » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:55 pm

10Driver wrote:
Flatliner wrote:
10Driver wrote:


Standard SBA3 (tube and brace) - $169 MSRP

New micro model (tube, brace, buffer, spring and castle nut) - $199 MSRP

Are you considering the $30 difference in MSRP to be a premium? Even with the additional functionality and components?


FWIW, last SBA3 was $95 “street price” and still required a buffer, spring end plate and a castle nut. That cost more than $30 in “street price” for those parts.
To be honest, I didnt notice the extra parts so 199 - 95 was the math I did.
To be honest myself, I initially thought I’d screwed it up. I read it pretty fast myself!

I was real close to pulling the trigger on a Maxim brace. This is less expensive, lighter weight, thinner, similar or better functionality and looks to be a great idea.


My only concern is buffer and spring options that pair well for 300 Blackout.
I have had very good luck with the JP silent spring. I got the adjustable kit with mine but I have never had to switch springs until I got the low mass BCGs.

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by 10Driver » Thu Nov 08, 2018 10:56 am

golfindia wrote:Wonder if this will hurt their sales.

https://blog.princelaw.com/2018/10/28/a ... t-be-next/

It has brought some sales to a screeching halt!

Turns out those that were buying braces to convert into butt stocks (modified with extended butt pads) and then using those stocks (with the now extended LOP) to convert their pistols into NFA items, aren’t buying these anymore. :cry:

Nice “click bait” by the lawyer with ESQUIRE after his name.

Glad to read that the individual was acquitted (perhaps with the help of a lawyer who doesn’t use esquire) and won’t experience further butt hurt.



BTW, I only passingly read some of the details, so please don’t consider anything above too seriously! :mrgreen:

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Re: SBA3- CMMG rip brace - in Maxim defense PDW length!

Post by golfindia » Thu Nov 08, 2018 11:59 am

Well, I supppse you can get links to the indictmemt and motion in limine in plenty of other places if NFA lawyer websites make you mad.

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