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Taking Stock with Kelly McMillan

Taking Stock with Kelly McMillan

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February 03rd 2017:Tactical Trend Setters

The Western World has always honored its Warriors and we are even more pleased when they find a way to utilize their sheepdog instincts once they leave the Service. Our next episode will explore the success of two such individuals who were able to develop careers that allowed them to pursue their passions, while enabling good citizens to become more knowledgeable about their rights and options. Steve Reichert is a retired combat wounded Marine and was the driving force behind one of our Nation’s largest Special Operations training centers. The programs established under his watch ena

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Steven Reichert

Steve Reichert is a retired combat wounded Marine having served in the infantry with special duty assignments in Pakistan, Russia and Turkey. He was instrumental in the development and fielding of the DARPA XM-3 sniper rifle, and is the man who was behind McMillian creating the A1-3 stock. Steve was the driving force behind T1G, one of our Nation’s largest Special Operations training centers. The training programs established under his watch enabled the company to grow from a start-up to an industry leader in just three years. His company was directly responsible for training over eight thousand of our nation’s top tier forces during his tenure as CEO. Steve now works on integrating tech
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Iain Harrison

Harrison was born in the United Kingdom. He served as a recce platoon commander for the British Army. He moved to the United States and started working as a construction manager in Sherwood, Oregon after being forced to surrender his guns to the UK government, while pursuing competitive shooting. In 2009, Harrison finished second in Trooper Class in the 2009 MGM Ironman multi-gun competition. Being an amateur gunsmith, the guns he used during the competition were made by himself. Harrison worked for Crimson Trace at this time. In December 2011, Harrison gained US citizenship. Harrison became the editor of RECOIL in January 2013 to bring a strong Second Amendment viewpoint to the
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