If you have never seen the Cobalt Kinetics rifles (https://cobaltkinetics.com), you are in for a visual treat.
While not into the flashy, I am very appreciative of the technology that is going into producing these functional works of art, and the sport that drives it.
Cobalt Kinetics seems to be transforming and combining the best features of the old with the contemporary technology, materials, and manufacturing processes of today, which places their rifle in the price range of the average enthusiast.
Will they hold up in a fight? I don’t know, so some stress testing to find out how much punishment they can take in comparison to a regular AR would be in order.
However, they look solid so the results may surprise the skeptical.
And there is more to be pleased with.
After decades of stagnation, the industry seems to be feeling the surge of the recent powerful and ever-growing swell of demand for firearms.
One can assume the trend will continue and even accelerate as the concept of personal and distributed security takes hold globally and nascent technologies like 3-D printing make such defensive technology available to more and more people.
Whether you like the sci-fi curves and the new features or not, you should be thrilled to see such high levels of customization available to the serious enthusiast, as it will help bring down the costs its more generic and vanilla predecessors.
Which is just fine for many of us.
The future for our industry is bright, I can’t wait to see what it brings next.
Cobalt Kinetics, a manufacturer of premium performance and precision engineered rifles, today announces plans to open their CARS (Cobalt Advantage Reloading System) platform to the public as a limited beta test through select dealers.