Buying M4 carbine rifle would require you to have USD 850 to USD 1500, that is minus the duty and other costs.

Due to M4 lightweight this gun is good for close quarter combat (CQC) making it a counter terrorism gun, very good when maneuvering in multiple active shooter situation.

Our major national security threat here in Kenya is Terrorism, we must always think equipment, our officers must always have not just equipment but right equipment. Imagine officers at Dusit with a heavy G3.

Probably you’ve seen our officers on the streets carrying this gun, most of our specialized officers carry this expensive piece of artillery but highly likely what you’ve seen is not M4 or M4 carbine.

What you could have seen is a copy of M4 Carbine, a Kenyan Made Assault Rifle; CMZ-4 Assault Rifle.

Kenyans carry a notion that anything made in Kenya is low quality or substandard.

Do you believe we can make a quality gun locally? Our Deputy President doesn’t believe in Kenyan products, not a gun, am surprised at his disgust talking and discussing about our 4B gun factory.

Our CMZ4 is a close variant of American made M4 Carbine riffle; Just like the M4 the Kenyan made CMZ -4 Semi-automatic Assault Rifle got an effective firing range of 500M (550 Yds.), barrel length of 14.5in.

Its action is gas operated direct impingement.

The gun is lighter and better, made of Aluminum with pica tinny rail.

It is a gun any CQC operator would want to have at hand, it will be a big thing in counter terrorism especially in Africa.

We are strategically placed for business.

I know you are about to ask me how we’ve been protecting Mama Mboga and Wababa wa matunda before Ruiru arms factory?

Kenya has been buying arms from international arms dealers. On that note do you remember the arms deal at the office of DP that killed Kenei?

That’s what happens when Kenya is procuring arms, brokers emerge and pretend to be points of contact for Kenya, they pocket billions.

Wouldn’t they be angry seeing we have production locally? That we are producing for local use and that we will sell to Uganda, South Sudan and countries they’ve been doing arms business with? I would be angry too.

There are leaders who only think about quick money deals, they are dealers, always looking for ‘cuts’, they also surround themselves with dealer of everything.

It is a shame seeing a deputy president who sits at the National Security council and know how much we use on buying hardware fighting the Ruiru Arms factory. It is a shame!

What happened to country first? How did we come to these leaders who only think about making deals?


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