Any thoughts on the 6/25/19 ATF letter with regard to a fixed brace on a Mossberg Shockwave or Remington TAC-14? For any who haven’t seen it, here’s link to a website with the letter: https://blog.princelaw.com/2019/07/...ength-when-equipped-with-a-stabilizing-brace/ I recently purchased a Mossberg Shockwave and then purchased an SB Tactical stabilizing brace kit for the Shockwave. It has an adapter that replaces the grip, a pistol grip, and a buffer tube with brace that screws into the receiver adapter. A few days later I came across the 6/25/19 letter, and now I can’t figure out if it’s legal or if the kit converts it to AOW. I emailed the manufacturer, and they said the fixed brace is still legal but not to put a folding brace on the Shockwave/TAC-14. I understand they talk to ATF on a regular basis, but then they’re the manufacturer, so they have an interest in convincing buyers it’s legal. Remington sells a TAC-14 version with a brace already installed. I’ve noticed they still have that version on the website, and online retailers are still selling them. I’d think they’d have to stop shipping them to non-Class III dealers immediately if they were AOW? https://www.remington.com/other-products/model-870-tac-14-arm-brace I’m just interested in thoughts of those more knowledgeable than me about Class III. Thanks for any replies.