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Recoil Issue 7 In Stores Now

Recoil issue 7 is now in stores. With new editor Iain Harrison on board, the magazine maintains the high quality seen in previous issues. This issue features articles on Patriot Ordnance Factory P308, the Sphinx SDP compact pistol, the Tactical Solutions .22 conversion kit for Glock 17/22 and 19/23, assisted-opening knives, and plenty more. All this, plus a bonus ‘toy robot’ shooting target.

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Recoil Editor Harrison came on board last issue and is a former British Armor Officer who emigrated to the US due to his support of the right to bear arms. You may remember him from Top Shot where he was winner. They’ve certainly done a lot to overcome the anti-2A perception that they suffered last summer. For example, the last issue discussed different NFA firearms.

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They’ve also added Dave Reeder as a contributor. He brings a great deal of military and LE experience to their online staff. Learn more about Dave’s new assignment here.

http://www.recoilweb.com/

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11 Responses to “Recoil Issue 7 In Stores Now”

  1. Matthew Kime says:

    Dave Reeder. Present company excluded, I can’t think of a better addition.

  2. Jim E says:

    A little trigger discipline would be nice on the cover pic!

  3. dickydoodee says:

    I’ll never read recoil again after that initial madness

  4. Nate Smith says:

    Go Reeder go!…..

  5. Jorge says:

    Iain’s done a great job reviving the Recoil and really bringing the right folks together to talk gear, skills and perspectives. The only thing this publication has in common with its previous incarnation is the name.
    To those of you still clinging to the past I’d suggest that you lighten up, take a look, and see what Recoil has become….you might be surprised

  6. Sean says:

    Read that last issue with some interest to see if they would make the necessary changes. It would appear that they have. There are also a couple other former LE/military shooter types that have articles, which is good because I think that was lacking from the last iteration. As long as they keep this up I will keep reading.