Interesting article about the Army's MHS program to procure a new standard sidearm. 10 years and tens of millions of dollars, and they select a gun that goes off when you drop it and spits out unspent rounds when you pull the trigger.

First the Army picked a camo that doesn't actually hide you, now this. If procurement was based on battlefield effectiveness instead of corporate lobbying, soldiers would still be carrying M1911s and wearing BDUs - for less tax dollars.

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