Re: Deltonic Guns
Uh, first a little clarification is in order. Deltonic was a manufacturer of small 1911-derived pistols. The company has been bought and sold a number of times and I don't know if they are still around. They appear with surprising frequency in movies for some reason, and you can spot them easily because the rear sight is set forward on the slide, the back of which is sloped slightly.
As for ARs, you are probably referring to Del-ton, Inc. or DTI, a North Carolina web-based company which makes ARs, parts, and accessories. I have a Del-ton M4gery and it's a quality gun. You wouldn't be disappointed if you went with DTI.
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