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Dare I say, a Colt branded follow on to CZ autopistol technology could provide an interesting entry into the U.S. Law Enforcement and security market. A Colt nameplate to avoid the Rodney Dangerfield factor?

P.S. Imagine a .45 ACP version of the New or Classic Skorpion with a Forearm Brace.

CZ could also use some Colt tech, like the new manufacturing techniques that Colt has developed in the past ten years.

(Edit, Also - A Colt Nameplate might get more "Traditionalist" love for an entry into Autopistol competitions) - David
 

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Do any of the Industry Mavens know exactly what Colt still manufactures in the US of A? I believe the old Colt Canada had production facilities, but I don't know the current status, they had been producing rifles for customers around the world.
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Who notes the Canadians have some strange laws on military procurement, so does the US of A.
 

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Colt's catalog is getting thicker and thicker; especially when you look at their "custom shop".

For regular production guns, I can think of two that seem like no-brainer's to me since they're already most of the way there. A blued Python, and a .22 Diamondback.

For the custom shop...
One "retro" 1911 Colt has never done are the pre-War Super Match guns...That would be a cool retro to make.
I'm sure the new owners & hopefully, new management team, will have some thoughts; typically CZ builds what the client base is interested in; I'm hoping for some SAA 5.5", B-CCH in 44WCF or .357 and a NM built along the lines of the 9MM & .40 Comp pistols but in .45ACP & SA, of course; none of that DA/SA stuff..
 
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