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DoubleStar is diving into the ever-popular world of stabilizing braces with its new Strongarm pistol brace.

It didn’t take long after its release for the Strongarm to sell out, but DoubleStar expects more to be ready the week of March 12.

The DoubleStar Strongarm is made from 6061 billet aluminum. This, the manufacturer says, gives it an advantage over the plastic or soft foam products out there in the marketplace.

The Strongarm fits on most AR-style pistol buffer tubes with two clamp screws. The buffer tube must have a diameter between 1.11 inches and 1.2 inches. For even more control, DoubleStar threw in a Velcro strap. The strap secures the pistol to your forearm for one-handed shooting.

In addition, the Strongarm features three QD swivel mounting points. The swivel is included. Meanwhile, a Type 3 hardcoat anodized finish means it can withstand harsh use. Finally, a hook and loop strap is included for better stabilization, “making Strongarm your shooting arm,” DoubleStar’s presser says.

“With the popularity of pistol stabilizing braces on the rise, there are many that make the shooting experience less desirable because of poor materials or faulty production,” Nick Collier, director of special operations for DoubleStar, said. “We at DoubleStar know that people rely on our products, whether it is because they are military, law enforcement or serious competitors; therefore, it is extremely important to us that every part is carefully designed and manufactured in our state-of-the-art facility using only the materials and technology that will ensure our DoubleStar and Ace products will perform to our stringent standards.”

The MSRP for the DoubleStar Strongarm is set at $99.99. For more, visit star15.com.

DoubleStar Strongarm Pistol Brace

Product Weight 4.8 oz
Material 6061 Aluminum
Coating Anodized
Diameter 1.11″ – 1.2″
Overall Length 1.9″
Color Black
Warranty Yes

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