Colt Optics by C-More Systems Catalog

I finally got ahold of this Colt Optics catalog.

The catalog is 8-pages and printed in black and white. I have placed images of each page here for you to view. I will get them added to a separate page here on the site as well.

I have only seen two of these catalogs for sale since 2017 with this copy that I bought being the second one. The catalog is undated unfortunately.

I do have one of the Colt 10×42 Tactical Elite scopes seen on page 3. The owner’s manual in the box is dated with the year 2000 so that gives us a ballpark date I guess.

I think that there is one more Colt Optics catalog in circulation but am not 100% certain. Anyway, I hope you enjoy being able to see these pages.

New Colt CR6920 Variation

There is apparently a new Colt CR6920 variation on the market. The Colt SKU for it is: CR6920-BBBW

An organization called “Iron Valley Supply” state on their website that this carbine version is an Iron Valley Supply exclusive.

https://www.ironvalleysupply.com/product-detail/583192/m4-carbine5-5616-1barrelfolding-rear-sightcollapsible-stock-burnt-bronze-ivs-ex-

Colt LE901-16S San Bernardino Restoration Progress

I have got in a few of the items that had been in use by the SBPD on their LE901-16S carbines. The following items have been found and added:

1. The sling is a Magpul MS1 QDM sling, part number MAG939.

2. The bipod is a GG&G XDS-2 Tactical Bipod, part number is GGG-1527.

3. The optic mount is a GG&G FLT scope mount with 30 MM rings part number is GGG-1384.

Here is how it currently appears.

I’m still looking for a Leupold Mark 4 LR/T 4.5-14 rifle scope with illuminated mil dot reticle and MOA M1 turrets model number is 67960.

Happy New Year!!

Well, here we are at the end of 2021. Some of you may have already crossed into 2022. If so, Happy New Year! Its been a crazy year with some twists and turns. Some of us have lost loved ones and friends through this last year. Just remember every day is a gift.

Although I have been able to acquire some amazing Colt items in the last year, I don’t measure my success by the ‘stuff’. Overall, my relationships in the firearms community are the most valuable thing to me. Having ‘stuff’ doesn’t matter if you are going through the journey alone and not sharing it and learning with others.

My goals in 2022 are:
1) improve existing relationships and develop new ones.
2) improve my photography and and video abilities to make the sharing of Colt items and history the best that it can be.
3) improve the content quality (photo details, technical detail, etc.)

Sub-standard quality and presentation means I’m not learning and ultimately I’m wasting your time which I never intend to do.

So, here is a toast to better year in 2022! 🍺

Thank you for sharing part of your valuable time here in the group.

Happy New Year!

Progress On The Police Trade-In LE901-16S

Man life has had me stupid busy the last couple of weeks and there hasn’t been much time for the Colt hobby. However, mail has been rolling in and three of the four accessories I needed to return my Colt LE901 police trade-in back to its service configuration have arrived. I still need to find the optic which has been out of production for some time.

More on these items later this weekend hopefully.

Colt CAGE Code Trigger Guards

For those of you who keep track of part markings, I was made aware of these CAGE code marked trigger guards today. These have been used on some 2018 model SOCOMs (original production) and some CR6920’s earlier this year.

If you have seen these CAGE code trigger guards on Colt models other than the CR6920, please let me know and provide a photo.

Colt Christmas Card 2012

Here is a Christmas card given to a member of the sales staff in 2012. Dimensions are 9 inches wide by 3-7/8 inches tall.

Front of card

The card features a limited-edition Colt LE6940 carbine. I have seen one of these carbines appear on the market in the last five years.

Inside of card: Left side


The inside says:
“Happy Holidays! We sincerely thank you for your partnership and support of our rifle sales growth in 2012., and looking forward to continued success in 2013!”
David Ridley- VP of Domestic Sales & Marketing
Doug Campbell- Director of Domestic Sales

Inside of card: Right side
Back of the card