Colt has consistently manufactured the M16/AR-15 more than any other company. In the ‘60s Vietnam era M16 to the current M4, Colt has additionally produced more AR-15/M16s than another manufacturer. It has a good working with the U.S. Government and setting the Mil-Spec standards just for this platform. Simply stated, an AR from Colt may be the standard by which others are measured. Actually, you’ll often see the Colt 6920 called an M4’gery, because it’s as near as you can get. The left side of the magazine well is even stamped “M4 CARBINE.” - COLT LE6920 FOR SALE
It’s beyond argument to state Colt’s LE6920 is one of the best out-of-the-box AR-15s available. Law enforcement officers and agencies around the world carry the LE6920 because reliability and performance-the civilian market highly regards it for similar reason. There are other top-rated ARs that compare favorably to LE6920-Daniel Defense, CMMG,Knight’s Armament, BCM while others immediately come to mind, but all come confined price compared to the 6920.
Colt’s 6920 comes in two different models the LE6920 and SP6920. The models are similar except for the markings, which isn’t to convey the marking does not matter. Traditional LE6920s hold the distinction of wearing these badge: “Restricted Military/Government Law Enforcement/Export Only use.” These markings came to exist in the 1990s in the Clinton Administration’s Violent Crime Control and Police force Act of 1994. The what are named as assault weapons ban kept them beyond our hands for 10 years until 2004 once the law hit its sunset provision and the rifles were again open to the general public. Colt was later able to offer this workhorse for the public, but sadly has discontinued the LE6920, while continuing to offer its twin brother, the SP6920.
To get an original is a possibility to not only own a great firearm, however a piece of history. Personally, I must admit: I enjoy owning a weapon that is stamped using a government-mandated message saying I can’t be trusted with it. Beyond being an amazing rifle, it offers a superior a tremendous feeling of confidence within the product and the American worker. It’s a reminder to myself, as well as a message to my children, to heed our Forefather’s words:
“A well regulated Militia, being required to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall stop infringed.”
Although no great calamity has befallen everybody as a result of the Crime Bill’s demise, politicians will-sooner or later-make another run at restricting modern sporting rifles from your public. I would not put much faith that Obama-or the individual to be elected-or some similar politician wouldn’t again deem us unfit to possess sporting rifles for example Colt’s 6920s. Either way, although several LE6920s have already been sold, keeping and holding a firearm with unique markings often brings an important premium a decade or two down the road. Models once believed common, have purchased second homes or a kid’s college education a couple of decades later. Whether or not the LE6920 will be one of these guns… only time will tell. However, you can rest assured, you’ll never lose cash on one. - COLT LE6920 FOR SALE