Fans of the original Recover Tactical 20/20 should be happy to know that there are now two options available along with the new 20/20N. The new 20/20N will be compatible with a few new pistols, be compliant with all current NFA rules, and will completely replace the current production 20/20 models. Along with the launch of the Recover Tactical 20/20N, the company is offering a 20% discount coupon for use with reserving your 20/20N Stabilizer Kit.
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New Recover Tactical 20/20N Stabilizers and Stocks Now Available
If you like the Gen 1 20/20 Stabilizer Kit, then you’d better pick one up now while they are still available. Recover Tactical made sure to let everyone know that the new 20/20N will completely usurp the original 20/20 in favor of the new model with more compatibility.
The 20/20 is currently being phased out and being replaced with the 20/20N, a slightly different version that enables broader compatibility with previously incompatible previously incompatible early Gen 1 & 2 Glock models.
This new version replaces the 20/20, enhances compatibility to all 9mm and 357 Double Stack Gen 1-5 Glocks including Glock 26. Compatible w/ all Double Stack Gen 1-4 SW40 Glock including Glock 27 (photos below).
Drop-in chassis kits like the Recover Tactical 20/20N offer pistol shooters a more stable platform for shooting at longer ranges where accuracy would suffer without the use of the stabilizer kit. However, unlike other kits like the CAA MCK or Flux Brace, the Recover Tactical 20/20 excels in both its list of available features and is also less expensive than either of the other two options. TFBTV presenter Hop did a full review of the original 20/20 stabilizer kit and if you’re not sure whether the new 20/20N would be a good fit for you and your pistol, then you should check out his review below.
Personally, I like to stick with compact pistol caliber carbines for this type of job but I can see the appeal of being able to adapt your pistol to a wider array of uses in certain situations while keeping it nearly the same size as the stock pistol itself. What are your thoughts on this concept and the new Recover Tactical 20/20N? Do you have a pistol that is now compatible with it that you’d consider putting inside the stabilizer kit?