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By David Crane
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April 20, 2012

Military Times GearScout writer Rob Curtis just broke the story on Remington Military/Remington Defense landing a reported initial $16,163,252.07 USD contract for 24,000 for M4/M4A1 carbines, which comes to approximately $673 USD per rifle/carbine, according to Curtis’ calculation. The kicker is that Curtis reports that the new Remington M4/M4A1 Carbine contract could eventually be for up to 120,000 carbines worth $83,924,089.00, total, which would be a nice little chunk of change, particularly for an infantry small arms contract in the current depressed U.S. military procurement environment.

The new Remington Military/Remington Defense M4/M4A1 Carbines will reportedly be produced at Remington’s Ilion, NY factory from Colt Defense’s M4/M4A1 TDP (Technical Data Package).

This news is just hours old, but the Remington M4/M4A1 Carbine contract award has reportedly been confirmed by Remington personnel.

Curtis ends his short piece with the following advice, which seems solid:

Any of you that were about to buy milspec parts for your guns, now’s a good time. I’m sure Remington is about to go on an OEM parts buying binge.

Developing…

Company Contact Info:

Remington Military Products Division
Phone: 800-852-7634
Website: http://www.remingtonmilitary.com/

Remington Arms Commercial Products Division
Phone: 800-243-9700
Website: http://www.remington.com

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  1. That is something else! Always nice to introduce a little competition into the marketplace. Like Curtis suggests, now might be a good time to buy, although it has me thinking about what other macro plays might be at work here. Either way it should be interesting to see the effect this purchase order has on the entire market. 

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