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RECOIL Presents: ConcealmentRECOIL Presents: Concealment

RECOIL Presents: Concealment

Concealment #16 2019

RECOIL Presents: Concealment is a new firearms lifestyle publication dedicated to the modern shooting enthusiast. Every issue will feature the latest guns, gear, accessories, technology, plus reviews and buyer’s guides.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
CMG West, LLC
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on the cover

1 PISTOL SPRINGFIELD ARMORY HELLCAT OSP springfield-armory.com MSRP: $599 2 HOLSTER CROSSBREED HOLSTERS THE RECKONING HOLSTER crossbreedholsters.com MSRP: $70 3 FLASHLIGHT SUREFIRE TITAN T1-TI LIMITED EDITION surefire.com MSRP: $500 4 FOB MERKAVA TEC-T3 TITANIUM TRITIUM FOB tritiumkeychains.com MSRP: $60 5 WATCH OMEGA SEAMASTER PROFESSIONAL 300M TITANIUM #2232.80 omegawatches.com MSRP: $3,200 6 TOOL ATWOOD KNIFE AND TOOL KEYCHAIN EDITION PRYBABY XL atwoodknives.com MSRP: $55 7 KNIFE SPYDERCO C155TI MEMORY BY FRANK CENTOFANTE spyderco.com MSRP: $350…

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editor’s letter

Awaitress overheard a conversation between two patrons at a Massachusetts diner. According to the Martha’s Vineyard Times, her report of the conversation to police led to one of the men, an 84-year-old crossing guard and Korean War Veteran, being relieved of his position and having his firearms confiscated. No investigation, no trial, no due process — just one person’s report set a small New England police agency into action. Never mind that the man, Stephen Nichols, was reinstated within days thanks to the absurdity of the situation and the public outcry backing the longtime crossing guard. A small-town police force ran roughshod over a citizen’s rights on the basis of innuendo. Nichols told the newspaper he was overheard criticizing the local PD’s school resource officer for taking breaks at inappropriate times…

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recoil presents: concealment

Editor-in-Chief/ Iain Harrison Editor/ Rob Curtis Managing Editor/ Laura Peltakian Features Editor/ Dave Merrill Senior Editor/ Tom Marshall Editor // Online/ Candice Horner Contributing Editor/ Steven Kuo Network Manager/ John Schwartze Director, Video Production/ Calvin Coulthard Photography Studio Manager/ Jorge Nuñez Contributors/ Matt Crawford, Alexander Crown, Niccole Elizabeth, Ashley Hlebinsky, Tamara Keel, Kenda Lenseigne, Chris Mudgett, Joe Oesterle, Nick Saiti, Chris Tran, Patrick Vuong Special Thanks/ Angeles Armory, Bullet Ranch, Jake Nealy Art Direction & Design. Senior Art Director/ Gene Coo Art Director/ Sarah Lampert Art Director/ Katia Sverdlova Submissions. recoil@RECOILweb.com Subscriber Customer Services. Domestic/Canadian: 888.681.7064 Foreign: 386.246.0439 recoil@recoilweb.com Advertising. General Manager/ Glen Castle 813.675.3495 Senior Account Executive/ Shawn Sloan 863.675.3552 Senior Account Executive/ Ryan Farner 760.809.8729 National Account Executive/ Matt Johnson 952.240.9794 Account Executive/ Lori McDaniel 715.498.3768 Account Executive/ Alex Ostrowski 920.341.6203 To advertise on this magazine’s website, or any of CMG West LLC’s other enthusiast sites, please contact us at Advertising@RECOILweb.com. CMG West, LLC. VP, Group Publisher/ Mark Han Director…

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uncovered

1 GLG KNIFEWORKS LUMBER CRAYON glgknifeworks.com MATERIAL: G10 OAL: 7.125 inches MSRP: $25 NOTES: Anyone who’s ever hammered nails or used a handsaw knows what this looks like: a carpenter pencil. But looks can be deceiving. Designed to resemble the ubiquitous flat writing instrument used at construction sites and in home garages around the world, the Lumber Crayon from GLG Knifeworks is actually a shiv made of solid G10. For those who don’t know, G10 is a compressed composite of epoxy and fiberglass that offers high strength-to-weight ratio, not to mention a resistance to moisture, chemicals, and electricity. It’s easily one of our favorite materials for grips — be they for guns or knives. Naturally, we appreciated this ingenious get-off-me tool, which features stained ends and tips and minor abrasions to give it a realistic appearance. 2…

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savage model 69rxl shotgun

Continuing our look at firearms found languishing in the used section of your typical local gun store, our gaze turns to that stalwart of the home-defense arsenal, the pump shotgun. Picked up for the not-so-princely sum of $120 out the door, this nearly pristine Savage model 69RXL was once highly regarded as a buckshot dispenser. Has it held up since the early ’80s when its ilk could be found in police cruisers across the country? We’ll find out. Our Savage’s 18-inch barreled riot gun has a full-length magazine tube and corncob forend attached to a single-action bar. This is a quintessential post-World War I design feature found in many of its contemporaries, such as the Ithaca M37 and Winchester Model 12. It wasn’t until the 1950s with the introduction of the…

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everyman edc

KERRY DAVIS www.darkangelmedical.com Profession Small business owner and Registered Nurse Current job title Owner Describe your current working environment It varies. Sometimes I’m up on my feet for 10 to 12 hours a day teaching, assembling kits or filling orders, and other days I’m sitting at a desk for a few hours. How does your work environment affect your EDC? It has to be comfortable and low profile because of the variable activities, from teaching a class to having a business lunch with a client. Describe your carry items Sig Sauer P365 I carry a spare 12-round magazine, all with 124-grain Sig Sauer V-Crown. The P365 because is compact, lightweight, accurate, and reliable. It also has an excellent stock trigger and outstanding 12+1 capacity. In a word, it’s perfect for me. ANR Design Appendix Holster with claw and ANR Design mag pouch I use…

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