The video above is from last year, but it was the only I could find of it actually impacting targets.  The Army has deployed it to Afghanistan in select Special Forces units to get real combat feedback.  Each unit costs $25K, and each round, $25 bucks.

It looks cool, but the soldiers did seem slow to fire it. Not sure if that was just for demonstration, or if it has some inherent complexity that slows them down.

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