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SHOT 2018 release?

 
Posts: 1297 | Location: Leesburg VA | Registered: December 21, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looks like it has a polymer frame, interesting.

Could Sig be dipping a toe into the single stack 9mm market?


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Looks like it has a polymer frame, interesting.

Could Sig be dipping a toe into the single stack 9mm market?


A market that they've already been in for quite some time. Think P220(9mm), P210(A)(9mm), P239, P225(A).
 
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Looks like it has a polymer frame, interesting.

Could Sig be dipping a toe into the single stack 9mm market?


A market that they've already been in for quite some time. Think P220(9mm), P210(A)(9mm), P239, P225(A).


And the P290. And the P938.
 
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I think he’s talking about single stack 9 mm polymer striker.


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I think he’s talking about single stack 9 mm polymer striker.

Yup.
 
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There's an RFP out for modular handguns for CBP that includes a subcompact size requirement. Perhaps this is meant for a USG element vs. a consumer one (initially)
 
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There's an RFP out for modular handguns for CBP that includes a subcompact size requirement. Perhaps this is meant for a USG element vs. a consumer one (initially)

RFP? CBP? How about plain English for those of us who are ignorant? Big Grin
 
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RFP? CBP? How about plain English for those of us who are ignorant?


Is PGT a USG? That is why a RFP is needed for a CBP!


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If its anything like the LC9 size, I'll buy it.


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RFP? CBP? How about plain English for those of us who are ignorant? Big Grin


LOL, sorry. A Request For Information (RFI) was let from Customs & Border Protection in Jan 2017 to replace 52,000 handguns. The follow-on would be a Request For Proposal (RFP).

Think MHS for the Army but CPB needs their own brand of special.

https://govtribe.com/project/cbp-handgun-rfi

(PDF link at the bottom for the requirements)

Edit - looks like a "Sources Sought" was issued, meaning CBP is polling the market for interested bidders. Next step, RFP.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=op...ba&tab=core&_cview=0
 
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2.0 SCOPE

2.1 The intent of CBP is to contract for a family of 9mm Luger semi-automatic duty pistols (including red inert training pistols and blue marking training pistols), replacement parts, and armorer training. This statement of work delineates the required performance and technical specifications for these items.

2.2 Pistols shall be light-weight, striker fired, semi-automatic, and be chambered in 9mm Luger (9x19mm).

2.3 The family of firearms shall include three variations of sizes, with an emphasis on modularity.

2.4 Replacement parts shall be available and include a comprehensive list of all parts that comprise each complete pistol.

2.5 Armorer training shall be included on an annual basis throughout the contract.

2.6 Additional administrative support shall be required, including but not limited to customer service support and invoicing/payment support.

2.7 The pistols will be issued to current officers and agents in the field, as well as to students at the various academies within CBP.

2.8 CBP will endeavor to ensure the safety of all officers and agents within DHS by requiring a certified quality control plan.

2.9 Vendor shall provide manufacturer’s technical specifications and performance test data of items required for submission. All required testing shall take place at a certified National Institute of Justice (NIJ) test laboratory. Specifications shall address all technical requirements listed within this document.

 
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I'd imagine it's G43/Shield sized?

I just gave my Shield to my brother. As much as I liked it I never carried it, which means I'd never really shoot it.

I'm hoping the Sig 365 is more like a single stack HK -SK pistol. I really like the P30sk, but it just feels so fat and heavy for how small it is, especially given how light yet handy the Glock and S&W single stacks handle.
 
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I hope it's drop safe. Big Grin
 
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Yes, polymer striker subcompact, like the Shield, G43,LC9.

A Shield 9 has been my EDC since 2013 it will take something very special to replace it.


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There's an RFP out for modular handguns for CBP that includes a subcompact size requirement. Perhaps this is meant for a USG element vs. a consumer one (initially)

RFP? CBP? How about plain English for those of us who are ignorant? Big Grin

Request For Proposal. Customs and Border Protection.




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RFP? CBP? How about plain English for those of us who are ignorant?


Is PGT a USG? That is why a RFP is needed for a CBP!


I swear, we need a thread stickied somewhere that explains the alphabet soup used 'round here! Big Grin



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Interested. Looks like an early prototype test. Rail looks like old USP design.

Are these modular designs with sub, compact, fullsize?
 
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'RFP' I knew from my days in the building construction world. Now 'CBP' OTOH (I'm going to assume anyone whose been on the web for any length of time should by now know THAT one)...I was guessing 'Canadian', not 'Customs'. Yeah, acronyms can be a frickin' challenge to figger out.

It's a new year and SIG is bound to intro the gun at some point. So a SHOT reveal doesn't seem like much of a stretch. But it's already a crowded playing field with a lot of downward pricing pressure; good luck to them with this.
 
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