One of the parts I knew I wanted was the folding arm brace from CNC Warrior. This essentially gives you additional support to either fire the pistol with one hand or to even shoulder the weapon comfortably if so desired.
Now the ATF has reviewed and approved the arm brace as not being a shoulder stock. Each arm brace that CNC Warrior ships includes a copy of the ATF letter that says it is not a stock and that attaching it will not make a pistol a SBR.
This stock is a joint design effort between Chris Bonesteel, of Bonesteel Arms and CNC Warrior and is very nicely made. It has a very strong hinge mechanism and is a breeze to install.
When I took the assembly out of the box I immediately noticed how well made it was. I recalled a talk I had several years back with Chris where he worried about some folders being weak and this design reflects that both he and Denny at CNC Warrior wanted to make a strong one. The attention to detail and fitment are very apparent. Hands down, this is my favorite set up that I have seen for the M92.
The following are photos of the brace for people who like to see details:
The following photos shows how nice brace marries up to the back of the receiver plus the quick release sling hole but it has not been attached yet.
It comes with the mounting screw you will need and easy to follow instructions:
I highly recommend you buy their installation kit. It comes with the drill bit and mounting jig to make this a breeze:
In a later blog post, I’ll show you just how easy the installation was. I kid you not, if you have a hand drill and their installation kit, you can do this!!
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