Firstly, the PCB arm pivots a full 360 degrees and utilizes an I-beam construction. Also, a 1913 rail mounting interface and the ability to fold flat for storage add to its versatility. Moreover, the PCB comes in both black and coyote tan, according to SIG.
“This new pivoting contour brace has been reengineered to increase functionality,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, “The minimalist design of the brace makes it lightweight, and by design there are more points of contact between the brace and the user increasing control for better accuracy, while the 360-degree pivoting arm only enhances the overall user-friendliness of the brace to enhance the shooting experience.”
A recent Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) National Family Day Learn to Shoot Again event recently featured the SIG PCB at San Antonio Police Academy in Texas. There, the new accessory impressed event attendees.
“With the SIG Sauer Pivoting Contour Brace I was able to eaily move through the stages of a challenging course of fire eaily alternating the angle of my SIG MCX and adjusting for target position and barrier placement,” said Rick Cicero, Manager and Lead Instructor for the HAVA Learn to Shoot Program.
SIG plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the SIG Pivoting Contour Brace to the HAVA Learn to Shoot Again program, according to SIG.
The SIG PCB retails for $199.
For more information, visit sigsauer.com.