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    Default AR arm braces

    Ive been semi out of the loop for the past couple years. What are the arm braces that are out now? Obviously the SIG one. I had that, didnt care for it. I see theres some kind of blade they are calling it??? Who makes that? and is there anything else thats good?

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    A simple Google search would suggest ShockwaveTechnologies.

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    Shockwave is a great product at an even better price compared to Sig brace. I haven't bought a Shockwave blade, but I will. I have two Sig braces and I like them a lot, but I don't like them enough to pay $120 when I can get the Shockwave for $37.

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    Shockwave huh? I just looked it up. That seems to be what I've seen before. When I get a build going next that'll probably be what I get. Thanks a lot

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    Haven't seen you around for awhile. You even had a fancy title under your name. Welcome back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprrdhawk44 View Post
    Haven't seen you around for awhile. You even had a fancy title under your name. Welcome back.
    Indeed, I did! Amazing what you get when you politely ask for it.

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    If you go with the Shockwave blade (and you should, significantly better than the Sig), do yourself a favor and use the KAK Industries receiver extension they designed for it. Sooooo freakin nice!

    http://www.kakindustry.com/ar-15-par...shockwave-tube
    Last edited by FLICK; December 15th, 2015 at 10:16 AM.
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    Well they got that blade dojigger in OD green, guess I have to turn one of lowers into a pistol.

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