The new 240 FVS Machine Gun Suppressor attached to an M24 machine gun that Radical Firearms displayed on the floor of SHOT Show, January 22, 2020. (Military.com/Matthew Cox)

Editor's Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

LAS VEGAS -- Radical Firearms has unveiled its new machine-gun suppressor, which was recently selected to be evaluated under a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) program.

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Colt's .357 Magnum Python revolver (Courtesy photo)

Editor's Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- Range day at SHOT Show 2020 was filled with the latest pistol technology from Glock to Springfield Armory, but the handgun that stood out this year was a Colt six-shooter that dominated the silver screen in the 1970s.

Colt Manufacturing Company LLC showed off the reintroduction of its .357 Magnum Python revolver, an icon that disappeared from the market 18 years ago.

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An Army surplus M17 pistol (Sig Sauer)

Sig Sauer is offering a limited number of surplus M17 pistols originally fielded by the Army, the company announced on Wednesday.

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Sailors from USS George Washington (CVN 73) wear-test the I-Boot 5 at Naval Station Norfolk. (U.S. Navy photo by Courtney Williams)

Navy senior leaders could decide whether or not to approve the new I-Boot 5 early in 2020, said Rob Carroll, director of the uniform matters office at the Chief of Naval Personnel's office.

"The I-Boot 5 is currently wrapping up its actual wear test, its evaluation," Carroll told Task & Purpose on Monday. "We're hoping that within the first quarter of calendar year 2020 that we'll be able to present leadership with the information that they need to make an informed decision."

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The P320-M18 pistol from Sig Sauer (Courtesy photo)

Sig Sauer has launched a commercial version of the lightweight M18 pistol that the U.S. military recently adopted.

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Photo: Army Human Resources Command Facebook.

Soldiers are now getting what they've always asked for: Another headwear option with their combat uniform, as long as their commander allows it.

Thank you, Lord, for progress!

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