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    Thumbs up Colt!

    Colt announced today that they will no longer produce the AR 15 rifle for civilian sale or use. According to Colt the decision was made because of the soft AR 15 market.

    The anti gunners are going to see this as a huge win....

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    I have nothing in my gunsafe that says Colt on it. Now I see no need to ever do so.
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    colt prices is over the top ar15 9mm $1019, AR 15 M4A1 $1300, may be they have went down some mine are old the 2 45's and the colt 380 that i have is a lot of money at one time, it hard to compete with S&W AR"S at about $400.
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    I don't think the market is soft, I think the market is soft for Colt AR's, they priced themselfs our of the market. Actually I don't know a single person who owns a colt ar.
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    One of my riding buddies has a colt AR, but I know he paid a pretty penny for it.
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    I recently bought a Del-Ton -- in spite of a lot of negative reviews. It was reasonably priced and, although I have yet to take it to the range, it's seeming to be a very tight, well-made rifle. Colt is irrelevant to the civilian market.
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