Saw this posted elsewhere. Prices were taken from Gunbroker on three AR-15 models (low, mid, high priced options) from auctions that actually sold. Each graph has two lines, one for the highest ending price and one for the lowest ending price. Looks like the peak came and went, and now higher prices are less dictated by panic buyers and more dictated by low availability (although I think availability will increase because a lot of people buying didn't have a genuine need and were looking to flip their guns for a profit). This is corroborated by what I'm seeing in the classifieds here on NWFA. There are a lot of postings in the rifle section with comments like "price dropped" and "new lower price".