How it all began. From the book “The M16 Controversies” by Thomas L. McNaugher
I have uploaded scans for all 28 pages of the Colt 2022 International Military & Law Enforcement Catalog. You can see the images here on the site at this link: https://thecoltar15resource.com/colt-2022-international-military-le-catalog/
I have received many, many inquiries on my Instagram page about what the lower receiver markings look like on my new production Colt AR6951 9MM carbine. I did a short video for there and figured I would share it here too. In this video you can see the left side of the lower receiver. Note the presence of lever stops at the selector position. More to come soon.
Today we celebrate the life of Samuel Colt. His life and the ongoing history of Colts Manufacturing Company LLC has inspired so many of us. Not only did the legacy of Colt firearms influence firearms design and manufacturing, it has given us the inspiration to appreciate, collect, fire and study the history of Colt firearms. 🇺🇸
The three images in this post are scans from documents in a 1999 Colt press kit that I have. The ‘Compensated Match Target’ rifle shown is the only Colt AR design with an advertising sheet in the press kit. The first two images are the front/back of that advertising sheet.
For historical price reference, the third image is a scan of the AR section of the Colt price guide for 1999. As you can see prices from 1999 to now have remained almost unchanged.
There were two models in the ‘Compensated Match Target’ product line. They were the MT6601C Match Target HBAR (1/7 rifling) and the MT6700C Match Target Competition HBAR (1/9 rifling).