Who's Left

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by ThreeTango, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. ThreeTango

    ThreeTango Well-Known Member

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  2. CAV_Scout

    CAV_Scout New Member

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    Thought that stinks pistol was made in an arab country?
    And what caliber are all these in, or haven't they figured that out yet.
    If they do anything other than 9mm England is going to be pissed.
    They just completed changing over all their services pistol to match
    our 9mm usage about 18 months ago.
     

  3. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Whatever they pick...9mm is the NATO spoiler.

    When will they learn...?
     
  4. ThreeTango

    ThreeTango Well-Known Member

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    Believe it is an offshoot of Kriss and made in the USA..

    https://kriss-usa.com/brands
     
  5. CAV_Scout

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    I stand corrected . . .
    Older SWISS manufacturer of firearms.
    They are currently teamed with Kriss the importer/distributor to meet
    the U.S. requirement for pre contract, and will go brick and mortar here
    if they win the contract.

    And its too bad they can't go back to a USA mfg and say correct these issues
    and we'll talk again.
     
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2016
  6. CPTKILLER

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    "In a Smith & Wesson SEC filing, it was revealed that the Department of the Army informed them their entry into the Modular Handgun Program would not pass to the next phase. The news is surprising given Smith & Wesson was favored as one of the three entries that would make it through the down selection process.

    If I were to wager a guess as to who makes it through to the next phase my money is on Glock’s entry, Beretta APX, and the Sig P320.

    Glock has proven a solid contender capable of producing unique models for contracts as we saw with the FBI contract 17M and 19M.
    The Sig P320 has been identified as a solid contender because it is strangely the only true modular handgun in the competition.
    Beretta’s relationship with DOD should make the APX another one of the finalists as long as it works as expected."

    http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...n-eliminated-us-armys-modular-handgun-system/
     
  7. tazo2503

    tazo2503 Moderator Supporter

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    Yeah, I saw that too...