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Plumb Precision Announces the Submission of the P3-M110 PGS into PEO Soldier’s xTechSoldier Lethality Program

Plumb Precision Products is excited to announce its submission into the xTechSolider Lethality Precision Grenadier System.

The Plumb Precision M110 Precision Grenadier System (P3-M110 PGS) is a SDVOSB effort for a M110 rifle-based system. The P3 M110-PGS receivers are M110 pattern, re-designed to accept 17.5mm Ammunition. This developmental ammunition is a 17.5mm projectile fired from 12-gauge shotgun sized cases.

P3-M110 PGS Ammunition is low- or high-pressure rated. The Counter-Defilade ammunition is pre-programmed time of flight detonating (based on range) or point detonating. P3 will include Training, CQB/SUB-T, Breaching, Anti-Armor (SABOT/HEAT types), and Counter UAS (Flechette / EM discharge) ammunition types.

The P3-M110 PGS uses SR25 type magazines and has M4 type ambidextrous controls. The P3 M110-PGS is 8 lbs. empty (target of 11.5 lbs. loaded). The P3-M110 PGS is less than 34” long (target 28” long with suppressor).

The P3-M110 PGS has a Variable Power Direct View Optic. The DVO has a patented self-ranging etched reticle. It is ammo BDC matched including blast radius.

Targeting information is shown via Heads-Up Display with aiming reference points and numerical data.  The targeting system has patent pending wind reading and sound locating (counter UAS) features. This data is transmitted via a patented encrypted network.

Plumb Precision Products will leverage existing technologies and industry partnerships to provide a system with unprecedented flexibility and lethality.

4 Responses to “Plumb Precision Announces the Submission of the P3-M110 PGS into PEO Soldier’s xTechSoldier Lethality Program”

  1. Jon Demler says:

    This is an interesting take on the PGS to me. I wonder what other submissions there are, like an updated XM-25?

  2. James says:

    So a Gen12 with a programable Frag12 and FCS. It’ll be interesting to see how it fares, maybe the FCS can make up for the lethality issues from a smaller round. That kind of portability certainly would be nice.

  3. FormerDirtDart says:

    The US Army PGS program has a requirement to engage light armored vehicles at 500 meters and counter UAS at 300 meters. All in a 34 inch 14.5 lbs package.

    I question a shotgun sized round being able to contain both a hearty enough charge AND programable fusing.

    Frankly the size/weight specs have always seemed to me to point toward a programable Milkor M32A1 MSGL. Mostly because it would also provide cross compatibility with standard low & medium velocity 40mm ammo available

  4. Paul J says:

    I don’t see the point. We already see that 30X29 VOG and 40mm grenades aren’t lethal enough so 12.7-25mm won’t cut it neither.

    If you have other info that contradict that, please share.