CAA Introducing the Brace-Equipped MIC-RONI-STAB — SHOT Show 2016

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The new brace-stabilized RONI kit was developed specifically for the U.S. market.


No Tax Stamp Required: the MIC-RONI-STAB

If the idea of a Glock-based short-barreled rifle or SBR has never crossed your mind, Command Arms Accessories, CAA, has a new version of the RONI SBR conversion kit that may make you think again. New for 2016, CAA has an updated version of the RONI, the Micro, and a non-NFA pistol version with an integral stabilizing brace, the MIC-RONI-STAB.

The RONI kits are constructed of polymer and aluminum and mount on Glock pistols to provide a rail for optics as well as add a stock or pistol stabilizer, along with a few other features common to carbines, not handguns. They require no modification to you your Glock pistols and install in a matter of seconds. They are available in standard pistol configurations, side-folding stock configurations, and now with a side-folding arm brace configuration.


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The new design is offered in three configurations.



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They work with popular Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glock pistols.


The MIC-RONI-STAB is set to launch in March and has already been cleared by the ATF, so as long as you use these enclosure as indicated by the ATF and the manufacturer, it is completely legal to use these kits with your Glock without any tax stamps or paperwork. The MIC-RONI-STAB was developed specifically for the U.S. market to comply with American SBR laws.

A new feature of the MIC-RONI-STAB will be an integrated light mount that also offers a bit of forward real estate for shooting from bags or barricades. The light mount doubles as an angled foregrip, and with the full SBR model also carries a spare magazine. These kits are extremely ergonomic and add a lot of stability making a standard Glock pistol much more effective for most users.


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The pistol brace folds to the side for storage.



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The full-size SBR kit will be available, NFA restriction apply.



  • Compatability: Glock 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 25, 31 and 32
  • Weight: 49 ounces
  • Length: 13.7 inches
  • Height: up to 6.1 inches
  • Width: 2.5 inches
  • MSRP: to be determined, around $400
  • Offered in black, flat dark earth and olive drab

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  • Robert December 9, 2017, 5:15 am

    Since I live in Cali someone mentioned that this could be considered a barrel shroud. Does anyone have any info on this ?

  • Kevin D February 13, 2016, 8:56 pm

    I’m so ready for this new mic-roni stab as soon it hit the dealer I got to have one come on March 2016

  • Lc February 10, 2016, 8:57 pm

    How about glock 21

  • Keith February 3, 2016, 3:43 pm

    Please make a version for a Glock 20!!!

  • JLA February 3, 2016, 4:02 am

    Wold love to see one for the M&P!!!

  • FELIX LOPES January 31, 2016, 7:17 pm

    Would love to see this built for the TAURUS PT840 platform

  • Shane January 30, 2016, 2:37 pm

    Got excited!…G20…. looking …looking…looking …G20…G20…G20 dang no G20….looking again must have missed seeing it…I’ll wait 🙁

  • Joe January 30, 2016, 12:07 pm

    Completely agree with Brad. We need one for the G20 and blade stabilizer.

  • hey January 30, 2016, 12:44 am

    I would like to put a 6 inch long .357 sig wolf barrel on my .40 cal glock and use the 22 round magazines with this system. Would I go with a 9mm kit? The .40 cal glocks probably have a thicker frame than the 9mm but I wonder if those barrels in those kits are designed to utilize the gas pressure for bullet performance. I hope they start making one piece barrels for it. I also think it would be neat if they make one for the Kel tec PMR 30.

  • Wabiker January 29, 2016, 3:11 pm

    Would love to see this built for the CZ platform.

  • Brad January 29, 2016, 11:40 am

    Looks good, but let me know when you chamber one for G20 10mm. Something that compact looks like great fun, but not worth re-buying with other pistol carbines. 10mm would be a game-changer for me.

    I also agree w the blade stabilizer suggestion.

  • Pitt2500 January 29, 2016, 10:41 am

    I would prefer to see it with a “blade” stabilizer.
    It would be much more compact.

  • RJ Green January 29, 2016, 9:50 am

    Beautiful, but is it legal in California. Our Gov’t here likes no fine guns to be imported……………………

  • Steve K January 29, 2016, 8:37 am

    I’d like it with the Blade Brace.

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