ST. GEORGE, Utah -(Ammoland.com)- Cobalt Kinetics, a manufacturer of premium performance and precision engineered rifles, today announces their new Edge Scout.
Based on Cobalt’s proven premier Edge rifle and crafted to the same quality from matched and mated 7075 billet aluminum chassis components, while reducing costs through budget furniture, the Scout fills a gap in the Cobalt Kinetics rifle line.
“We have listened to feedback from dealers and the public about the desire for Cobalt’s performance and precision in an entry level package. Our new Scout fills that gap allowing us to offer our renowned functionality in a lower price tier.” Skylar Stewart, Vice President of Cobalt Kinetics, said.
Chambered in 5.56 NATO, the Cobalt Kinetics Scout features the patented Dual-Drop system with a 16 inch Chrome Moly barrel tipped with a standard A2 Flash Hider.
The Bolt Carrier Group is black nitride finished, complementing the receivers, stock, and handguard which are Cerakoted in sniper gray. The rifle also has a standard mil-spec trigger.
The Scout makes Cobalt ownership easier for the budget conscience shooter, by utilizing off the shelf furniture and controls that can be end user replaced without compromising the core functionality that sets Cobalt products apart.
It is ideal for the armed professional as well as the do-it-yourself shooter looking to customize a Cobalt rifle to suit individual taste or needs.
If you are interested in purchasing a Cobalt Kinetics Edge Scout, you can find a licensed dealer near you by clicking here.
About Cobalt Kinetics:
Colbalt 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.