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Is Colt back in the game?

Posted by Rob Longenecker on December 29th, 2008

Is Colt back in the commercial market – selling to folks like us, instead of focusing on the military?

A recent article, “The Curious Case of Colt,” in the new NRA American Rifleman online newsletter, reminds us that Colt is considered by many to be the first name in American firearms. Where’d they go? How did they allow Kimber and Springfield and others to take over most of the 1911 market?

For the last 15 years Colt has been focused on production of the M4 and M4A1 Carbine for the U.S. Army. Now that contract is coming to an end, and Colt is back looking at the Consumer market. Want to see them back?

A recent offering is the Colt Combat Elite, a nice looking pistol, but does it match up with offerings from other makers who’ve stepped into the handgun market with lots of features for the price?

Read more about it in the American Rifleman Newsletter, a welcome new online publication from the NRA.

Whatever 1911 you have, you’ll want to consider a high-value Tucker Gunleather holster for it. Even though Tucker’s HF1 belt holster, known for jaw-dropping good looks, has a 7-8 month wait, we get new orders for them every day.  Click picture below to enlarge.

 

In a hurry? The Tucker Gunleather Silent Thunder leather-lined kydex holsters ship in 2-3 weeks. We will be enlarging our production facility for Silent Thunder in the near future to keep the turnaround tight despite the growth in orders.  Here’s a review that sends many customers our way.

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