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Thread: Colt Delta AR Hbar collectibility

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    good call

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcr5595 View Post
    Thanks to scottryan and all of the others than have offered sage guidance! The day after Vegas my dad said that he would hold on to it. Oh well, Iím glad I didnít spend the $1,100 he wanted for it for something that would just sit in the safe!


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    If he changes his mind, or anyone else has an original "like new" with hard case and accessories I'd go $1,500. Large front pivot pins don't bother me at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    If he changes his mind, or anyone else has an original "like new" with hard case and accessories I'd go $1,500. Large front pivot pins don't bother me at all.
    No kidding... pretty sure the value for this rifle would have come from it belonging to his father anyway.
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    Just wanted to add a note regarding the grip medallion. I have one of these that was bought as a gift back when I was young. I used the gun and the medallions came off over time. There was not an engraved spot for them although I have seen this grips for sale by individuals. Mine did not have the bayonet lug and came with 2 20rd magazines with 10rd limiters I took out long ago but still have. Another odd accessory which you donít see mentioned often is a spanner wrench that tightens the Colt/ARMS A2 scope mount nut. It goes into the hole and wraps about 1/3 of the circumference of the round but. Works just like the old buffer tube nuts that used holes. Not an expensive tool but it is part of the package.


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    I'm old, bought a brand new Delta HBAR in 1987/88. The medallion was nothing but a sticker that peeled right off. Mine was slab side with bayonet lug.

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    I bought one around the 90's something time frame. No bayo lug and marked sporter. I actually still have it, but it doesnt look the same anymore . I wasnt thinking for collector value at the time, but I sent it off to D&L Sports and had it turned into one of his perimeter carbine models. Thing shoots light out though.

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    bayanet lug on the earlier models deleted on 6601 models i believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropshot View Post
    bayanet lug on the earlier models deleted on 6601 models i believe
    You are correct. The 6600 model had the bayonet lug. The 6601 did not.
    Last edited by samnev; 06-28-18 at 10:28.

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    colt delta

    Quote Originally Posted by dropshot View Post
    bayanet lug on the earlier models deleted on 6601 models i believe
    nice accurate rifles. i bought a nib 6600 and added a couple parts to make it look like a delta. nice fined

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