Re: No hiding place from new U.S. Army rifles that use radio-controlled smart bullets
I don't know how well that system will work, but talking about marksmanship training with conventional weapons is really not relevant. Not even the best target shooter can hit something or someone he or she can't see and not even the most powerful conventional solid bullet from a shoulder rifle will penetrate brick and mortar walls.
Expensive? Sure, but if it works, mass production will bring the cost down. But arming everyone with that weapon? I think not. It is still a support weapon, like a mortar but smaller and lighter.