I've been looking for a way to pack a lot of fire power into a small space. I have tried the 14" 12 gauge firearms, SBRs, AR pistols, Short Barrel Shotguns, etc. Something that works for travel, maybe EDC, stashing in a small space or carrying without it being major drama. Something that packs like a pistol but reaches like a rifle. I've tried Kel Tec folding rifles, have Law folders on ARs, and haven't found anything that worked like I wanted. Well, I think I found it! Picked up a FLUX brace and their flash mag. I didn't own a Glock that worked with this, but I rectified that today. Three minutes into the set up process and I was done. Not a build exactly, because everything went together quickly. But I'm very happy with it none the less. The brace is a spring loaded pistol brace. It's not designed as a stock, it's not sold as a stock. When it's pushed in the Glock still fits in it's original clam shell case. When it's extended (with an easy button deployed by your trigger finger) it brings the brace much further out to hook into your elbow, cheek, or shoulder. All the pictures made it look like it would be too short of a length of pull, but it's about the same to an AR at the shortest setting. The rear of the brace won't allow your face to get in the way of the slide cycling, something I was worried about. The Flashmag is a flashlight and magazine holder. It takes an Olight rechargeable flashlight that slides in and provides 1000 lumens. You can charge it without taking it apart, which is pretty neat. You can also store a spare mag. This is friction fit with no levers to depress, and allows a reload on board. It's also not a vertical grip, but does allow your support hand to grip the mag while firing. This puts your support hand in about where it would be with a magwell grip on an AR. I haven't taken it to the range yet, that's my goal for tomorrow. I'll update then. I'm already thinking about adding a red dot, and a threaded barrel for when my can comes in. As it sits, the package is very sturdy, and getting a cheek, shoulder, and/or second hand farther out really helps stability. I think hits will be fast and easy to 50 yards, and really speed me up at 100. I know it's still a 9mm and not a real rifle, but being able to place accurate rounds with ease much past where I can quickly free hand makes me a happy camper.