I find it odd that on the same day we get a gun friendly administration, after 6 years, the Army suddenly announces a winner and signs a $580,000,000 deal for 400,000 new Sig pistols. Could it be thar the secretary of the Army did not want current M9s to be destroyed by the last administration? Could the contract decision have been stalled long enough to see if the next administration would be a surplus friendly one? What are your thoughts? Imagine this, there are 20,000 new units already paid for and not delivered that will be brand new surplus! Will we see $300 used M9s? $400 new M9s? $5 magazines? Just an observation. Thoughts?