Tuesday, January 24, 2017

This is the U.S. Army’s new pistol

After more than two years of searching, the Army has finally settled on the pistol that will replace the branch’s nearly 32-year-old sidearm.
The up-to $580 million contract for the “Modular Handgun System” has been awarded to Sig Sauer,a according to a release from the Army. The Army’s aging 9 mm M9 Beretta will be replaced by a variant of Sig’s P320 pistol.
-->This is not the final configuration the new gun will be in, but the P320 is the basis for what the gun will be. The final gun will have a manual safety and an RMR cut <--