Army Awards $7.5 Million M4 Ambidextrous Controls Contract

    Looks like southpaws in the U.S. Army are getting an upgrade to their M4s. The Army just awarded a $7.5 million contract for ambidextrous selector assemblies for their M4 and M4A1 carbines. OG Technologies Inc out of New York and Manufacturing Support Industries out of Maryland were awarded the contracts. I wonder why the U.S. Army didn’t just order a bunch off Amazon, I bet they’re even eligible for Prime shipping too. Just last year FN Manufacturing won a $77 million contract to supply the Army with 120,000 M4 and M4A1 carbines.

    Ray I.

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