I hope everyone is learning a lesson here, on the value of items that some consider extremely important. Just because you could buy a $10 PMAG last week, doesn't mean it's value is $10 today. I hope people use this experience and maybe put a few away for a rainy day, yes even the ones complaining. You may be able one day to swap out PMAGs for a new rifle, scope, acog, food, medical supplies, fuel, ammo, things you or your family need. Just because people are selling and making a good profit on a wise investment doesn't make them evil. If they can make some profit in this crappy economy good for them. We all need to make money. The ones who saw this coming years ago and had a surplus are profiting right now, as it should be. Being a good guy isn't going to pay the bills, and we have no right to pass judgment on someone for wanting to make money in my opinion. Just thought I would point out the obvious, and try and learn from the experience.