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Winchester Named Ammo Supplier for the U.S. Army MHS Program

In support of the program, Winchester will supply Full Metal Jacket and Special Purpose ammunition.

The Keefe Report: Army XM17 MHS Pistol—It's Happening

Not only has the U.S. Army announced which units will conduct the next phase of testing and first field issue for the XM 17 Modular Handgun System (MHS), but other services have indicated how many units of the new pistol they are interested in acquiring.

Keefe Report: Beretta Tries Again with the M9A3

Beretta, the maker of the standard-issue "U.S. Pistol, M9" for 30 years, has received word back from the U.S. Army that its Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) to the contract signed in 2012 for up to 120,000 pistols has been formally rejected.

SHOT Show 2018: FN 509 Agency Arms Edition

The 509 platform has become popular among competition shooters for its ability to be customized.

SHOT Show 2020: SIG Sauer P320-M18

Building on its P320 series of handguns in 2020, SIG Sauer released the P320-M18, a commercial variant of the U.S. military's compact M18.

Keefe Report: Two Horsemen of the AGlockalypse—Marine Raiders and the FBI

Glocks, in particular the Glock G19 in 9 mm Luger, just keep grabbing headlines and contracts within the military and law enforcement communities.

The Keefe Report—MHS Update: They Like It, Hey Mikey!

How about a big heaping bowl of 9 mm? To paraphrase the iconic 1972 commercial for Life cereal, when it comes to the next sidearm of the U.S. Army, the soldiers like it—“They really, really like it.”

SIG Sauer Announces Commercial P-320 M17 Pistol

The SIG Sauer P320-M17 will be hitting dealers' shelves in August 2018.

U.S. Marine Corps to Adopt M18 as Official Duty Pistol

The U.S. Marine Corps is set to adopt the compact variant of the U.S. Army’s Modular Handgun System as its official duty pistol.

A New U.S. Military Handgun? The Modular Handgun System

There have been rumors that the U.S. military will be soon adopting a new service handgun—the Modular Handgun System (MHS). Anyone with any familiarity with U.S. military procurement knows that nothing happens quickly. This is just a beginning of a very long process. While more likely than an invasion of Canada, it is not happening this week.

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