Video: The U.S. Army Looks To SIG Sauer For Modular Weaponry

As the U.S. Army looks for more customizable weaponry, they have turned to firearms manufacturer SIG Sauer for modular guns.

These P320/M17 guns will be tailor-made for each soldier, with only the trigger as the uniform part of the gun. All other parts can be customized, allowing soldiers to choose different pistol grip sizes, longer or shorter barrels, type of ammunition and location of the safety. 

The new contract between SIG Sauer could be worth $580 million, with more than 500,000 guns being made in Sig Sauer’s factory in New Hampshire. 

 Want to learn more about the modular device and the Army's contract? Get the full story and see the designs at Industrial Equipment News

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