I seriously doubt it. If they don't I'm sure one of the many other AR makers will have a special edition. OTOH, I've heard it reported that the organization Gun owners of America is planning on giving a AR 15 to Rittenhouse, not sure what brand.I read this on AR15.com....is it true? Anyone else heard?
I'm sure smaller engravers will do it though..........there are some wild lowers out there.
to each his own opinion--for me this just needs to be left alone and move on .I could maybe see Palmetto State Armory doing something like this, but I'll guarantee S&W won't do anything of the sort.
I bought one for pretty much the same reason. I do enjoy owning & shooting it but have to drive 25 miles each way to an outdoor range. If you're having to drive considerably further than that then I don't blame you for not wanting to either.I bought an AR a few years back; mainly to see if I would enjoy owning one.
I didn't because, being a suburbanite the only place for me to shoot one was a my indoor range (outdoor ranges are too far). Lane area felt too cramped to work with a rifle (to me).
If I owned some open land, I think I would enjoy having one.
Only if Rittenhouse were to get a considerable royalty, for each one sold, to help fund his recent legal fees as well as the ones that are surely to come in the future.While there are certainly some who probably would be drawn to a gun with Ritt's name on it, the idea seems in poor taste. It'll certainly do nothing to enhance his image and probably little or nothing for the mfgrs and sellers. And then after the initial "thrill" wears off, who'll want it?