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CAA RONI-STAB (courtesy

The RONI-STAB is a cool concept. Insert your handgun into their carbine thingie and voila! A handgun-calibered carbine offering greater control, increased velocity and accuracy. Lights! Lasers! Fore grip? Coffee maker! Unfortunately, the original RONI was an NFA item, with all the paperwork and hassle that requires. Not anymore.

With the simple addition of an SB-Tactical brace, you can now buy a RONI-STAB for your GLOCK, Beretta, HK, SIG SAUER, Springfield XD and other pistols to be named later without the wait time, tax and hassle. Just don’t shoulder it, m’kay? Press release [via]

Saint Petersburg, Fla. – ( – SB Tactical, inventors and manufacturers of the Pistol Stabilizing Brace, is pleased to announce its official OEM partnership with CAA, the exclusive distributor of world-class, operator-tested firearms accessories and the Hartman MH1 Reflex Sights.

CAA is now shipping the Non-NFA RONI featuring an officially licensed SB Tactical Pistol Stabilizing Brace.

The Pistol Stabilizing Brace enhances one-hand firing of the RONI-STAB and optimizes control by providing a third point of contact. The RONI-STAB is the first Non-NFA RONI available, meaning less paperwork, no wait times, and no additional costs.

The RONI-STAB is designed to fit multiple handgun models – the GLOCK 17/19 is available now – and there are models available for Beretta, HK, SIG SAUER, Springfield XD and many other brands.

The expansion of the SB Tactical product portfolio and OEM relationships illustrates SB Tactical’s commitment to driving innovation and offering customers the most useful accessories for the PDW pistol category.

For more information about SB Tactical and its complete line of products, visit and follow @SBTactical on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  1. D:

    Needs a bayonet lug, meathook (like on a Franch SPAS), 4-14×40 scope, snail drum. I wonder if one can hit 15 lbs without resorting to target pistol weights or mercury tubes…

  2. Please correct me is I am wrong, but putting a forward vertical grip on a pistol is a no-no, no?

    • Correct, unless the overall length is 26″ or greater, in which case it’s non-NFA. However, in this specific case with an accessory making the pistol OAL 26″ or greater, it may be classified differently…someone chime in with more knowledge?

    • That is already an NFA item in the photo, that is a stock not an SB on the rear. Let’s just get rid of the stupid NFA laws!

  3. Ronnie,stab my eyes out…

    What a jumbled mess with no cohesive angles, styling, or even allusion to a sense of purpose.

    Oh well. Somewhere there’s a mall-ninja with a raging semi…

  4. So like a Sub-2K, only more expensive and existing in a very dubious legal area. Great!

    • A ten pound ‘rifle’ with a 4 inch barrel chambered in 9mmP? What’s not to like? It should make it perfect for taking 500 yard shots! It probably costs 500 bucks or so(the cost of plastic being so high and all), but what’s a few dollars to a mall ninja wannabe?

    • Well, I must hand it to them, it does have a remarkable amount of military style assault features that aren’t needed for hunting and belong on the battlefield.

      • I never said it was a bad thing or “why would you need it”. I think it’s a bitchin’ picture.

  5. Go ahead, admit it. You’re trying to troll me here. You think you’re waving a red flag in front of a bull.

    Sorry, no, I’m not going to bite.

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