Calling it just the “Fitz” doesn’t change the fact that this rare modified Colt Detective is the most fabled snub-nosed revolver in firearms history.
Colt is gearing up for another run of the special-edition Wiley Clapp Concealed Carry Officer’s model 1911, chambered for .45 ACP with a light alloy frame.
The hiring push is part of the iconic gun maker’s plan to rebuild once it wipes out $350 million of debt owed to creditors, chiefly bondholders.
Sit back and enjoy this throwback Thursday with Colt’s Regan-era M16A2 promo pitch that includes everything that made the early 1980s so boss.
Colt is re-vamping their acclaimed LE6920 series, with a new rifle decked out with Magpul furniture along with a full suite of new MOE-SL M-Lok accessories.
This museum piece is a perfect example of historical beauty marrying eye-catching aesthetics.
A Maryland man was sentenced to 17 years in prison after a judge ruled he was a career criminal with three gun and drug convictions.
Colt’s unionized workforce is asking Connecticut to give financial support to the company, which is currently funding with creditors in bankruptcy court.
In the 2/10 of an inch family, the .22 LR is the member that welcomes us in, finds us a good spot to sit and chat, and makes us feel at home.
Die-hard fans will continue to keep the Colt Commander in the concealed carry conversation due to its workmanship, superb accuracy and classic panache.