Strike Industries PDW Stabilizer

Manufactured by Strike Industries
Manufactured by Strike Industries
3 Reviews

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With the Strike Industries PDW Stabilizer AR Pistol Brace, you can build the ultimate compact pistol without sacrificing functionality. When fully collapsed this pistol arm brace only adds 5.5 inches and at the push of the button, the spring-loaded system quickly extends to 8.5” for greater stability. This system is designed to drop in to your existing platform without the need for extra components. The buffer system is compatible with standard AR-15 and even 9mm ARs from Angstad and PSA. The buffer system uses a flat wire spring that is designed for the shorter buffer tube and provides reliable function. A problem with other PDW style systems is the lack of cheek rest. The SI PDW Stabilizer Brace comes with a rubberized cheek rest for a comfortable cheek weld. If you are building a pistol, don’t sacrifice function when you can use the PDW Brace without any compromises.

  • Not compatible with Large Frame AR-10
  • Compatible with Angstad and PSA 9mm AR
  • The PDW will likely work with any 9mm AR that does NOT use a proprietary buffer assembly

  • 6061-T6 aluminum buffer tube and mount
  • 4140 Nitride finished rods
  • Fiberglass reinforced polymer fin
  • Rubberized cheek rest
  • 2 position with quick deploy mechanism
  • Flat wire buffer spring
  • Integrated QD sling swivel mounts
  • Overall shorter length than carbine pistol buffer tubs
  • ATF approved

Strike Industries products are designed by shooting experts for the shooting sportsman. They have anything from AR-15 parts and accessories to Glock components so you can completely customize your set up no matter what you run. Their complete line of innovative products come in a huge variety of colors and finishes so you can not only customize function, but personalize your look. You can’t go wrong with Strike Industries.
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BrandStrike Industries
MaterialAluminum - 6061
Sling MountQD Sling Swivel
StorageNot Storage Capable
Weight1 lb. 3 oz.

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews


try something else

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It does looks great, was installed easily and kind of works-kind of. But it gets one stars because it will not stay tight even with lock tight, I have even taken the thing apart to get a armores wrench on it plus lock tight but it will not stay. If you put pressure on the brace when firing and it is extended it will collapse on its own. Plus it is not comfortable at all due to the sharp angles and hard plastic.

Not for real world use.

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The idea is fantastic. The actual product is for safe queens and range Barbies. The first one I purchased was for a "truck gun" 300blk pdw. It wouldnot fully deploy so you had to pull it the last inch to lock it. Primary arms return was great. The replacement deploys as intended. The issue is when you fire your weapon the stock collapses from recoil every few shots. Subs, supers are the same. To colapse on a subsonic round without a can is ridiculous. I have pulled on it to make sure it is locked and feels solid against your shoulder then 2 rounds and it collapses. Looks like the law adapter is going to be the most reliable. The other sliders deployment takes too long for defense situations.

works great, but could use better QD mount locations

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Works as intended, better than rubber and a velcro strap. SI included cosmetic velcro stickers which was cute. only nitpick- QD swivel mount is just above the grip's backstrap so your fist hits it & depending on which style QD sling swivel you use, could end up resting the loop on button and depress it causing the brace to collapse closed. Another QD mount underneath the rubber cheek piece but have to choose either or, not both cheek piece + QD swivel. would have preferred better location for QD mount like above the 'shoulders' where the rods insert thru, out of the way of your face & fist. The castle nut can somewhat be tightened with a castle nut wrench, at least the lugs on mine don't really line up with however SI chose to do their slots on their nut, YMMV so be careful not to damage it when doing so, not that i did but if you get this brace you'll see what i mean.