The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer

GLOCK makes accurate pistols, but not carbines. Until that happens,…

GLOCK makes accurate pistols, but not carbines. Until that happens, Rick Porter has developed a handy device made to take your 9mm or .40 GLOCK (with a bottom rail and extended magazine), and turn it into a carbine perfect for Close Quarters Battle (CQB) or an active shooter response weapon.

dsc02905Even the best stance will only provide so much stability for a pistol. Exceptional pistols, such as the Broomhandle and Hi-Power, have had detachable stocks added to them in order to maximize use and accuracy. Now Rick Porter, a nationally respected SWAT operator, trainer and the VP for the U.S. National SWAT and Sniper Championships has developed the Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer for GLOCKs and similar pistols. Simply put, it is a folding stock frame that attaches to the lower accessory rail on 9mm and .40 GLOCKs.

Using the weapons’ existing sights, the steel and aluminum stock allows the firer an extremely stable platform to place rounds where they are needed. The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer also has a built-in rail so lights, LASERs and even bipods can be attached as needed. The solid build and robustness of design would allow for a secondary use as a physical compliance tool if needed.

dsc02897Not every department can equip their officers or deputies with a patrol rifle, but that doesn’t mean that the officers would never face a need for one. The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer gives an inexpensive alternative to a patrol rifle. For patrol conditions such as horseback, bicycle or on foot, a Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer can be carried and the officer’s sidearm slipped in when the situation dictates. The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer has been proven to provide consistent accuracy with semi auto of full auto fire and is easy to manipulate during room clearing.

Overall, the Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer is a well designed and beautifully crafted answer to a need by first responder LEOs by an experienced SWAT operator, but any GLOCK shooter can benefit from its the usefulness. All NFA rules apply.

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  • beze

    you can find it for sale at http://www.turn-keytactical.com/products.html its $325

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  • PerfeCtion. Duh.

  • That would be perfestion for my Taurus 1911SSAR. I know, it isn’t made for it. Yet. I’ll keep my eye on, and when it is we’ll talk.

  • richard

    how much is the unit prize for the stabilizer

  • luis lafarge

    LO QUE YO USO ES LA CULATA EXTENSIBLE PARA GLOCK MARCA (TAC ISRAEL ) MUY CONFIABLE ME IMAGINO LO QUE SERA ESE ESTABILIZADOR

  • Can this device be used on a Walther p99? If not do you know of any similar devices for a walther?

    Thank you.

  • DEAN CAPAZORIO

    GENTLE MEN IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE A PISTOL STABILIZER ARM MADE FOR A CZ 75 B 9MM AND
    WHICH COMPANY SHOULD I CONTACT IN REFERENCE
    TO THIS ?

  • brad

    If one were to purchase this and REMOVE the butt stock component. Would this make it legal WITHOUT the ATF hassle.

    It seems that using modern combat shooting style (arms straignt out) that the portion of this that comes across the back could sit on top of the forearm GREATLY reducing muzzle rise?

  • Foxcraft

    Rick, do know if this could be used/modified for my Sig Sauer? Just wondering. I’ve tried pistol stabilizers before but they haven’t been too effective. Hope this one works out fine

  • DAVE

    Rick..do you have plans to produce this for my glock 21? This is an exclent tool…you are the man!!!

  • Andre’ M. Dall’au

    The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer when used with a standard GLOCK is an SBR and all NFA rules apply. It is no different than an MP5 for Law Enforcement officers and civilians need to fill out a Form 1 and drive on. Registering through a trust is actually easier with no need for a local LEO signature – but consult a firearms attorney.

  • Andre’ M. Dall’au

    Yes, a good and expected question. All NFA rules apply as the Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer is the same as any MP-5. Fill out a Form 1 and drive on. Civilians need a tax stamp from ATF (same as with a suppressor). An interesting way to provide for legal ownership is registering it through a trust. That makes it much easier and (I think) doesn’t require a local LEA signature. Consult a good firearms attorney (like my friend Jason Wong) and it really is easy with lots of benefits.

  • will this make your firearm a SBR. Do you need any special ATF approvla to use this?????

  • Donovan Hunter

    Rob,

    The Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer is currently available for Glock pistols only. They will soon be available for other popular pistols like the Smith and Wesson M&P, Springfield XD, Taurus 24/7, the new Sigs, etc.

  • Rob,
    Currently, the Rapid Response Pistol Stabilizer is only manufactured for the Glock standard frame pistols. However, we will produce Stabilizer’s for the XD pistols in the future along with all pistols that have a rail system. Thanks for your interest.

  • Rob

    Do you know if this would work with a Springfield Armory XD by attaching to its lower rail?