Cobalt Kinetics Announces Law Enforcement and Military Discount

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Cobalt Kinetics
Cobalt Kinetics

ST. GEORGE, Utah -(Ammoland.com)- Cobalt Kinetics, a manufacturer of premium performance and precision engineered rifles, today announces announces the start of their Law Enforcement and Military discount program.

Current (and former) Law Enforcement Officers and United States Military Service Members can apply for a 15 percent discount from MSRP for any Cobalt Kinetics firearm or accessory.

Skylar Stewart, Vice President of Cobalt Kinetics said, “We strongly support our military and law enforcement personnel. Cobalt Kinetics would like to make our products more affordable to those that answer the call to protect our freedoms and communities.”

Ordering:

If you wish to apply for the discount simply go to any Cobalt Kinetics Licensed Dealer with proof of status (currently active Law Enforcement Officers and United States Military Service Members must present a current ID Card; retired/veterans must present a DD-214 or other applicable retirement documentation).

The dealer may be required to submit a copy of proof along with sales receipt; this information will not be used for any other purpose other than proof of eligibility.

Further questions can be directed to:

Phone: 435.656.0599
Email: [email protected]

 

About Cobalt Kinetics:

Cobalt Kinetics designs and builds firearms with bold aesthetics, cutting-edge technical innovations, state-of-the-art engineering and meticulous precision.

Cobalt Kinetics was founded because of dissatisfaction with the status quo–rows of the same black rifles on every gun shop wall across the country. The issue with “black rifles” is that there is little differentiation in the market and very little true innovation. Cobalt decided to change the industry by demonstrating that common functions can be upgraded through thoughtful engineering. Functions such as the Dual Drop and Cobalt Advantage Reloading System. Also, platform flaws, such as muzzle rise, can be mitigated not by use of a muzzle compensator but by innovating changes to the buffer system. These changes can be done while still creating a rifle that maintains both precision, durability and aesthetics. Cobalt is driven to create firearms that are more effective, more reliable and more rewarding for the owner.

  • 7 thoughts on “Cobalt Kinetics Announces Law Enforcement and Military Discount

    1. This ad is targeted to civilians, many of whom will dress up like legitimate soldiers or LEO’s which they are not. Cops and grunts don’t buy their own equipment, and people who make those decisions for them don’t base those decisions on adds like this. Look, I’m not putting down our war fighters here at home or in those shit holes they are fighting in now. And how they dress when they’re doing it is their business, based, I hope, on what works. But to sell this look for civilians is different. It is suggesting that if you dress like a duck, you will be a duck. That’s not true. If I see this guy walking down my street I’m going to Red, because he looks like a duck, I’m expecting him to act like a duck, and when he gets near me or mine ducks don’t get a second chance. I’m not trying to prove anything but for me if this guy was dressed in a suit jacket or golf shirt he would have a better chance of selling his equipment to me. I’m currently a civilian and need equipment designed for me, not a seal or ranger. My mission is different , my mindset is different and my equipment is different.

      1. Did you even read the article Joe? This is not targeted at plain old civilians who have never been in the military or Law Enforcement. It’s targeted at “former/retired” military and Law Enforcement. That’s the whole reason for the article. That they are giving discounts to “former/retired” military and Law Enforcement. NOT Johnnie Q Public who’s a Military/Police wanna be. Nice try back peddling, but…….No Cigar!

      2. @Joe Oh, let Cobalt Kinetics sell the dream. All marketing is selling a dream whether it is a Kit Kat bar or Harley. Personally, and I can not speak for other retired guys, if the thing has a national stock number or even looks like it has a NSN, I do not want it! If the thing for sale says Cadillac, Ghirardelli, or Citori on the side count me in

    2. Why is it these guys always look like perps? Tats and the checkered rag around his neck and all. First time saw a rag like that was on Arafat’s head. How about setting a good example. Reminds me of the white teenagers walking around with their pants down around their ass crack and their hats on crooked trying to imitate the black gansta’s selling dope on a street corner. (Now don’t get your bowels in an uproar. I’m not suggesting all people of color are gansta’s or selling dope. But white or black, or if it looks like the guy in this picture, if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and talks like a duck, well, then it probably is a duck.)

      1. C’mon Joe…..this is exactly how SEALS and Special Forces Operators are attired while on duty. To compare this to teenage gangsters with their pants down around their butts is ludicrous. I’m amazed that you even made the comment that you made here. Geesh… smdh

    3. Why is it these guys always look like perps? Tats and the checkered rag around his neck and all. First time saw a rag like that was on Arafat’s head. How about setting a good example. Reminds me of the white teenagers walking around with their pants down around their ass crack and their hats on crooked trying to imitate the black gansta’s selling dope on a street corner.

    4. More important to be is do they sell to state and local governments like California and Massachusetts that infringe on individuals rights or do they stand with the individuals freedoms that are being trampled on and give those no preferential treatment by selling to them.

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