Gear Head Works‘ Tailhook line of pistol braces (reviewed here) has proven extremely popular, showing up on factory pistols from dozens of manufacturers. What’s more, the aftermarket has responded by creating adapters for mounting a Tailhook to all sorts of different firearms. One common option involves connecting a Tailhook MOD 1 to a collapsible wire stock, but this has always involved a custom adapter. The MOD 3 seeks to solve that . . .
In effect, Gear Head Works’ Tailhook MOD 3 is a MOD 1 with a bit more meat on the front. This allows a wire stock to be inserted directly into it and clamped down. No more middleman adapter.
Instead of clamping to the receiver extension (buffer tube), it’s now drilled to slide over the top of the tube. This allows the stock to be collapsed down without concern of the receiver extension getting in the way.
Otherwise, it’s the same Tailhook MOD 1 you know and love.
No official ETA or price yet — still in late prototype phase as seen here, but it’s close.