Brownells 75th Anniversary - A Shooting Heritage

Helps You Control Your Evo During Sustained Fire; Quick-Deploying & Length-Adjustable

The CZPDW Adjustable Pistol Stabilizing Brace from SB Tactical is a quick-deploying brace for your CZ Evo S1 pistol that can be extended in one fluid motion without having to depress a release button. It also allows the user to choose one of three (3) length positions, so it's totally adaptable to fit different shooters.

Like SB Tactical's original Stabilizing Brace for AR-15 pistols, the CZPDW can be strapped comfortably around your forearm to give you better control of your CZ Evo S1 for more accurate one-handed shooting with less fatigue. OR you can shoulder it like a traditional stock for a third point of contact to stabilize the pistol for fast yet carefully aimed shots. The adjustable length lets you set up a fit that's just right for you. There's even a socket for a standard pushbutton QD sling swivel, so you can also stabilize your brace with a sling.

  • Complete assembly is ready to install on your CZ Evo S1
  • Pull-through design gives fast, no-button deployment
  • Nylon strap adjusts for comfortable fit when shooting one-handed
  • Includes QD sling swivel attachment socket
  • Three colors to choose from: basic Black, FDE (Flat Dark Earth) and Gray
  • Yes, it's ATF compliant

The CZPDW Adjustable Pistol Stabilizing Brace is constructed of strong yet lightweight 6061 T6 aluminum alloy, with a tough hardcoat anodized finish for excellent resistance to surface wear and corrosion. Like all SB Tactical braces, the CZPDW enables handicapped shooters to enjoy shooting the CZ Evo S1, and helps other shooters enjoy shooting it even more.

SB Tactical products are designed and intended only for use as forearm braces to provide a more stable firearm platform. They are neither designed nor intended to be fired from the shoulder. As configuration changes may alter the classification of a particular firearm, the user bears sole responsibility for determining the correct application of state and federal law.

Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:243


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