TNW Firearms Introduces The Aero Survival Pistol with the SB Tactical SOB Arm Brace And Extended Handguard
TNW Firearms introduces our Aero Survival Pistol with a factory installed SB Tactical™ arm brace and an extended handguard. Like all Aero Survival firearms, the Braced Aero Survival Pistol is a takedown firearm for the ultimate in portability, making it the perfect emergency survival pistol for outdoor enthusiasts, ranchers, pilots or anyone who needs a portable, rugged and reliable semi-automatic pistol. The addition of the SB Tactical™ SOB™ arm brace adds versatility and stability to this already capable firearm. These new Braced Aero Survival Pistols are available with a new 10.25” barrel and handguard.
The Aero Survival Pistol is compact, lightweight, and built to disassemble quickly, making this pistol the ideal firearm for anyone who is concerned with safety or interested in outdoor activities. Like its predecessor, the Aero Survival Rifle, the ASP is available in Hard Black Anodize, OD Green and Dark Earth. The Aero Survival Pistol is available in .45 ACP, 9mm, .40S&W, 10MM, .357SIG, .22LR and 460 Rowland. Both the ASR and ASP are machined from aircraft aluminum.
All ASP's come with threaded barrels for suppressors.
*Accessories on the ASR and ASP may vary in style and specs. This includes pistol grips and buffer tubes. Flip-Up Sights Not Included.
*ASP Pistols and Tac Pistols are not legal in California.
ATF Ruling 2011-4. This Specifies that you can not own a pistol barrel if you own just the ASR Rifle without having an SBR License. Essentially this ruling means that you can't just switch your rifle into a SBR without first going through the proper channels and get your SBR License. Click Here to get the paperwork needed to get your SBR license.
For a nice breakdown on what this means you can check out this article from thetruthaboutguns.com. It gives a nice overview on how to stay within the law.
For more information about how you can put a stock or folding stock on a pistol check out this article from guntrustlawyer.com. You can also check out the ATF's ruling on stabilizing braces here.