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RECOIL Issue #4 Product Corrections

In the print edition of RECOIL Issue #4 there are two product listing errors. Corrections have been made in the digital edition through Zinio, iTunes, Google, Kindle, & Nook.

On page 9 in the On The Cover department, the model name and MSRP of the Tactical Tailor plate carrier were incorrect. The model is Flight Light Plate Carrier, and the MSRP is $335.

On page 122 in the Going Dark article, the caption for the Remington Defense MSR had the brand of suppressor incorrectly stated. The suppressor is an Advanced Armament Corp (AAC).




5 responses to “RECOIL Issue #4 Product Corrections”

  1. Jay says:

    so what your saying is that the editor didn’t do his job anyways? HAHA!!!

  2. jose says:

    great issue…thanx.

  3. Brian Parker says:

    After reading your magazine I am fairly impressed with the diversity of the print. The one thing I have noticed though is that you guys lean a little bit towards the expensive side of the enthusiast world. Don’t get me wrong I completely agree that you get what you pay for and quality is always better than quantity. I also always try to buy what I can U.S. made. Especially when it comes to large purchases that are in the high hundreds to thousands range. The main reason for this contact is, using the last issue as an example, reasonable hard working Americans can not afford a $25,000 Jeep with more than $105,000 worth of modifications. An H3 Hummer would also be out of the question. When I did the addition I only counted the numbers in the thousands and ten thousands place so the total is still much higher. Not to be selfish or make myself the center of the article I’m going to make myself an example. I have 3 children a wife a combine income of roughly $68K a year, an impala an aveo 5 and a 91 chevy s10 blazer four door 2wd, that with an engine change is fully capable of doing the kinds of things that the 2011 jeep wrangler unlimited can do, Of course with the addition of four wheel drive. Are there mods out there that are affordable that someone with moderate mechanical and welding ability can do and not go broke. I and I am sure other readers would like to see those option between your pages. I consider myself a learned gun enthusiast and have found out a lot about the NFA laws but I really enjoyed your article about them and did learn something from it.

  4. Josh says:

    Jay, you’re a jack**s. Deal with it.

  5. Mike says:

    And you’re still wrong. It’s the Fight Light, not Flight Light.

    C’mon guys… who’s proofing your stuff?

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  • After reading your magazine I am fairly impressed with the diversity of the print. The one thing I have noticed though is that you guys lean a little bit towards the expensive side of the enthusiast world. Don't get me wrong I completely agree that you get what you pay for and quality is always better than quantity. I also always try to buy what I can U.S. made. Especially when it comes to large purchases that are in the high hundreds to thousands range. The main reason for this contact is, using the last issue as an example, reasonable hard working Americans can not afford a $25,000 Jeep with more than $105,000 worth of modifications. An H3 Hummer would also be out of the question. When I did the addition I only counted the numbers in the thousands and ten thousands place so the total is still much higher. Not to be selfish or make myself the center of the article I'm going to make myself an example. I have 3 children a wife a combine income of roughly $68K a year, an impala an aveo 5 and a 91 chevy s10 blazer four door 2wd, that with an engine change is fully capable of doing the kinds of things that the 2011 jeep wrangler unlimited can do, Of course with the addition of four wheel drive. Are there mods out there that are affordable that someone with moderate mechanical and welding ability can do and not go broke. I and I am sure other readers would like to see those option between your pages. I consider myself a learned gun enthusiast and have found out a lot about the NFA laws but I really enjoyed your article about them and did learn something from it.

  • And you're still wrong. It's the Fight Light, not Flight Light.

    C'mon guys... who's proofing your stuff?

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