In an effort to update the U.S. Army’s weapons platform a huge $580 million dollar contract to produce a new hand gun for soldiers.
In an attempt to replace the M9 handgun which has been in service the 1980s the army has reduced their finalists down to just a handful.
A lot of people believe Glock is going to win the contract, and that is upsetting to many who consider the Glock to be an inferior pistol
The Defense Department will narrow the list of bidders throwing in to supply the U.S. Army with a new official handgun in 2016’s third quarter, according to a report by IHS Jane’s International Defence Review.
Speaking to the publication at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference in Tampa, sources said the DoD received 12 bids for the Modular Handgun System in February but that list will be whittled down to three. Exactly which companies…