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On Feb. 24, Glock, Inc. filed a docket with the U.S. Government Accountability Office protesting the adoption of the Sig P320 as the M17. Lodged under File Number: B-414401.1, the docket does not yet give explicit details about the grounds of the protest; however, it does name the solicitation number for the Army's Modular Handgun System competition, which Glock just lost to Sig Sauer last month.