Will this really work?
I like the idea of a perfectly repeatable anchor point... I don't like the idea of losing my bottom row of teeth.
I might be missing the point, but if you're going to do this, why not just have a stock on it?
When I had my body armor on i used to set the stock on TOP of my shoulder and manage the recoil much like he is doing. Totally do-able. I would prefer to have a better forward grip to help, but it wasn't necessary.
@engineer16 With a stock it would be considered an SBR.
I have seen a few videos from the creator of the product and at least in it's curent configuration it does not accomplish one of his requirements. He hopes the setup will make the AR Pistols easy to conceal but the extra girth in terms of width means you cant lay it flat on its side anymore thus making it much harder to conceal. secondly the listed price makes it cheaper to wait the 6 months and get the tax stamp for an sbr.
@dag I think its longer than 6mo now. Last I heard it was more like 8mo to a year.
As a proud owner of an AR pistol i will NOT be buying one of these! and ive worn my fare share of body armour and i never put the stock on top of my shoulder
Why would you cut a rifle down to pistol size, then try and use a cheek weld? Mixed messages. Train one way, fight one way. Sub-guns have been on target with proper technique for almost 100 years, rifles and pistols for hundreds. People have too much time on their hands. Gadgets, gizmos and BS.
I just filed an international patent for using a Cheek Weld. Stand back while I sue ever shooter for the last thousand years.
Just looks like a solution in search of a problem.
There is a letter from the ATF NFA branch, floating around, that it's suitable to put a cheek weld (not a stock) on an AR pistol, and it's acceptable, without having to register it as an SBR.
@rnhathaway, I'm 1 month in...hope to have only 5 more to go.
I would think your dentist would not approve.
they have one for the Glock as well. Not sure yet.....