I found these images in a Gun Broker auction. This is apparently a commercial version of the M7 bayonet that was licensed by Colt. There seems to be little to no information available. I found reference to what I believe was a product number of CT602. So, my search begins for one of these to add to the collection.
Some of you may recall the previous FBI specification rifles that made it onto the civilian market as the LE6920-FBP1. There is now an updated specification rifle that has come onto the market with the SKU LE6920-FBP2. The rifle is available from Arms Unlimited.
Description and two images below are from the Arms Unlimited website and validated through Colt.
COLT M4 CARBINE FEDERAL PATROL RIFLE
The Colt Federal Patrol Carbine is an advanced rifle based on Colt’s legendary M4 platform adding key accessories as requested by the FBI. It features a new Geissele MK4 M-LOK® capable free-floated forend, and a set of Magpul PRO flip-up sights.
Action: Gas Operated Semi-Auto
Finish: Matte Black
Receiver: Matte Black
Safety: Reversible Safety Selector
Sights: Magpul PRO Sights
Stock: Collapsible / Folding Stock
Magazine: 1 / 30 rd. Magpul PMAG
Weight: 6.5 lbs.
Rate of Twist: 1-in-7″
Barrel Length: 16.1
Overall Length: 32 to 35.5
Features: M-LOK Capable Geissele 13″ MK4 Handguard
Our friends over at Looserounds.com have published a good article on the Colt SPII series which provides some good history and clarification.
This trifold catalog was available at the 2020 Shot Show in Las Vegas. You can see all six pages at this link…
This new in box gem is on Gun Broker. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/854181717
I bought this off of Ebay thinking it was potentially some obscure Colt publication…nope.
It is a conglomeration of military TM data reprinted in a 5.5″x8.5″ format and published by Desert Publications. It IS NOT a Colt product.
Received in the mail today….1981 advertisement for the Laser Products Corporation LPC Model 16 Military Laser Sight for the Colt M16A1 rifle.