Colt To Cease AR-15 Production For The Civilian Market


Colt has officially bowed away from producing long guns for the civilian market.

Colt senior VP Paul Spitale “We’re going to focus on the products that our consumers are asking for. We’ve expanded our 1911s and our revolver line, and that market has been very positive for us.”

Buh bye Colt.

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Colt Firearms has reportedly decided to cease AR-15 production for the civilian market.

This will mark the end to some of the most iconic AR-15s ever, as Colts were a go-to AR for consumers as America’s love for the modern sporting rifle emerged in the late 20th century.

Guns.com reports Colt senior VP Paul Spitale indicated the company is shifting away from ARs and toward the class 1911, Colt revolvers, and other guns Americans want for concealed carry. More

Colt’s AR is too expensive for what you get. You pay for the name. Besides the company has been on brink of bankruptcy for a few years and they probably think this will be good PR for them.

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