The holster company that now provides the holster for the Army's newest handgun is ready for round two of development. The next holster will need to fit the gun plus whatever accessories the Army chooses.
The Army is testing prototypes of the cominbation laser/light aiming device for its new M17 9mm handgun. LaserMax Defense expects to ship 100 of the devices to the Army for further testing later this year.
Two competitors for the Modular Handgun System contract are now for civilian consumption. The Glock 19X and the Beretta APX were both on display at the annual Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The TrackingPoint computerized optic accounts for more than 40 shooting variables to guide a shooter to the right place to aim. It could answer some of the technology goals for the Army and Marine Corps in increasing shooter accuracy.