Word on the street is the Army will be going with the Sig Sauer P320 as a replacement for the Beretta M9. Being a Glock fan myself, I was hoping Glock would be the Army’s next choice for a service issued pistol. I believe the P320 was the only truly “modular” pistol in the running. The ability to change grips and slide/barrel combinations is very unique and intriguing featured.
I look forward to “playing” with the P320 myself to see what it’s capable of. I’ve owned Sig Sauer handguns and rifles in the past, and now I think there might be one for me in the near future. (Honey, I swear it’s for work, honest!) I know the handgun user(s) will debate the Arm;s choice until the end of time, but what I am curious about, is how did the American gun manufacturers do in the trials?