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Posted: 7/1/2015 1:03:16 AM EDT
Was just browsing and ran across subscriptions for Recoil magazine....holy shit. It's $55 or 65 a year. Then I started thinking, does anyone actually pay for that?
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None.
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Nadda. The less that I get in the mail the better.
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Unless American Rifleman counts, none.
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Mostly D&H but some Magpuls and a couple Okay Industries ones too.
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None. I just browse the magazine rack at the store occasionally and buy one if it has an article that interests me. Which isn't very often these days.

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None.
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EAA Sport Aviation.
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Currently, it's:

Runner's World
Vegetarian TImes
Wired
Popular Science
Popular Mechanics
Family Handyman
American Rifleman





Link Posted: 7/1/2015 1:22:07 AM EDT
Recoil. Cheap on Kindle. I think I paid $25 or so for a year.
Link Posted: 7/1/2015 1:32:33 AM EDT
I used to get 7-8 different mags a month but not anymore. Sometimes I will pick up a Recoil,but  $9 an issue is a little   to me.
Link Posted: 7/1/2015 1:33:44 AM EDT
Tripp research, and wilson ETMs with the flatwire springs


... OH like paper magazine, not 1911 mags, then zero
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Was just browsing and ran across subscriptions for Recoil magazine....holy shit. It's $55 or 65 a year. Then I started thinking, does anyone actually pay for that?
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I get a ton of magazines for free but the two I pay for are National Review and The Economist (at $129 a year).

 
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Wooden Boat.
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The last one was Hot Rod,  but I don't even do that anymore.
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In the Internet age magazines seem obsolete, same with cable TV.

I expect they'll both die out as the older generations do.
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Magpul and U.S. GI.
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I have a gift subscription to Shooting Times.

I used to get:
- Sport Compact Car
- Super Street
- I've had a couple gift subscriptions to Hot Rod over the years
- Electronic Gaming Monthly
- GamePro


Although any morsel of information one desires is now available on the internet, there's something I miss about having an actual physical magazine in your hands. And dat feel when you open up the mailbox to see your new issue waiting to be read .
Link Posted: 7/1/2015 5:16:05 AM EDT
American Rifleman. Thinking about starting up a subscription to the 2600 and Small Arms Review as well.
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Currently:
-American Rifleman
-QRZ
-Family Handyman
-Digital Machinist
-Home Shop Machinist
-Woodsmith
-Wood
-Popular Photography
-Popular Science

There may be more, honestly can't remember...
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The Economist.  Though I guess technically it's a weekly newspaper rather than a magazine.
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I don't have any subscriptions.
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None
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Hey, me too!

Wait.....what was the question again?
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Link Posted: 7/1/2015 6:01:19 AM EDT
according to my wife.  P-mags
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I had Architectual Digest for a long time.

Just stopped this year. Half the magazine was ads.
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Car and driver, road and track, and motor trend. Along with half a dozen ladies magazines. My wife finds deals online for either free or dirt cheap magazine subscriptions.
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Nice! Might have to try this.

I have no subscriptions right now.
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Viz Comics from the UK
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The Week and the WSJ (on my iPad)
People (for the bride)
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I receive Forbes magazines in the mail. I am not sure who signed me up for it because I never did.
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Concealed Carry (great magazine)


Shooting Times (meh...)


Predator (good)


American Rifleman (A must)


Cuisine at Home (great no-nonsense cooking magazine)

Cook's Country (another great cooking mag, by the people who run 'America's Test Kitchen.')




 
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Playboy. I collect them.
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Aviation History
Kitplanes
Hemmings Motor News
EAA Sport Aviation
Air & Space
Vintage RaceCar
Popular Mechanics (Boy, that magazine has gone downhill.  I think this is the last year for me.)
Woodworker's Journal
Mustang Monthly
American Rifleman
Garand Newsletter
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RECOIL.
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Only "subscription" I have is American Rifleman.  I don't subscribe to Recoil and Offgrid but I have bought every issue so far.  I should probably subscribe to save some money.
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Digital subscriptions in many cases is a better value.





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I don't like reading magazines electronically.  I don't like reading books electronically either.  

I can't be the only one who hates ebooks and emagazines.


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AOPA Pilot
American Rifleman (digital)

Will occasionally pick something up off a rack, but rarely.

Paper mags just can't keep up with the net.

Don't even get subscription offers anymore.
Guess they finally figured out if I wouldn't subscribe for 6 bucks a year, I just wasn't interested.
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The GD in the ARF.
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Motor Trend, Cycle World, Car Craft, and American Rifleman. Even in the internet age I still like to get a magazine in the mail and go to bed an hour early and read it. Cheap entertainment.
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American Rifleman

Model Aviation



(both of those are because I'm a member of the orgs)



Unmanned Systems Technology (I expressed interest, so they keep sending issues begging for money )

Grassroots Motorsports
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I don't like reading magazines electronically.  I don't like reading books electronically either.  

I can't be the only one who hates ebooks and emagazines.


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I don't like reading magazines electronically.  I don't like reading books electronically either.  

I can't be the only one who hates ebooks and emagazines.




I think I've gotten to the point where I hate all books, regardless of format. I just don't have the attention for it anymore. I read the texts I have to, and relax on Arfcom. I have a hard time finishing movies too.
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American Rifleman.
Field & Stream.
Shotgun News.

I let In- Fisherman expire.
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American Riflemen

Espn...The Magazine
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American Rifleman. I used to subscribe to Car Craft (great car mag). I buy copies of Recoil occasionally for poop threads.
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