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The entire process is expected to be complete within 60-90 days.
On June 12, 2015, Colt’s previously announced exchange offer, consent solicitation and solicitation of acceptances of a prepackaged plan of reorganization with respect to its 8.75% Senior Notes due 2017 expired.
“The plan we are announcing and have filed today will allow Colt to restructure its balance sheet while meeting all of its obligations to customers, vendors, suppliers and employees and providing for maximum continuity in the Company’s current and future business operations,” said Keith Maib, Chief Restructuring Officer of Colt Defense LLC. Importantly, Colt remains open for business and our team will continue to be sharply focused on delivering for our customers and being a good commercial partner to our vendors and suppliers.
“While entering Chapter 11 protection in the absence of a consensual agreement with our noteholders was not our preference and we do not take it lightly, we are confident it is the best path going forward and will enable us to continue to gain traction on a challenging but achievable turnaround in our business performance and competitive positioning in the international, U. We look forward to successfully executing on this plan, which provides a sound path of stewardship for an iconic American brand and the key stakeholders we serve.” Colt’s existing secured lenders have also agreed to provide, subject to approval of the Bankruptcy Court, million in debtor in possession credit facilities to allow for continuation of operations in the ordinary course of business during the Chapter 11 process.
By John Butler Everybody has that one gun that got away. For me, that gun was a six-inch barreled Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver in high polish stainless steel. It was within my means on a private’s salary, since Uncle Sam provided my room and board, but owning a personal firearm was a regular pain in the butt for an enlisted soldier living in the barracks.
But Colt has struggled in recent years with a slowdown in rifle sales and its 2013 loss of a key contract to supply the U. Colt plans to try to reduce its debt burden via a court-supervised auction of its business, to generate proceeds to repay some of its lenders, the people familiar with the plans said.Chapter 11 bankruptcy is the final admission that Colt can no longer outrun its creditors.It is the normal method by which large corporations restructure their debt, and the debtor is protected from collection efforts by its creditors.We at TFB have been covering Colt’s issues since they became apparent.Many bloggers already had called Colt’s race against debt, notably Hognose of Weapons and Daniel Watters of The 5.56 Timeline.