Earlier this year, the U.S. Army issued a RFI for a “Sub Compact Weapon,” essentially a 9mm subgun. After cancelling that RFI “due to changes in the Government’s requirement,” the service then went ahead and put out what’s called new Prototype Opportunity Notice (PON) for the Sub Compact Weapon in July. Now, it’s being reported that the service has picked the six companies that it wants to submit Sub Compact Weapon prototypes.
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Sub Compact Weapon Prototypes
According to Soldier Systems, these are the six companies that have been selected. It’s important to note that this is merely an offer; the companies still have to accept. There’s been no verification that all manufacturers have said they will participate:
Soldier Systems speculates that Angstadt Arms will submit its UDP-9. B&T USA …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life