The Canadian military will get a new weapon were informed that the precise cause for their acquisition would remain confidential.
The specific kind of the new handgun being issued to Canada’s Special Forces is officially a state secret. According to public records the latest firearm contract for the purchase of SigSauer P320s was in the amount of $680,425 and the commandos have already conducted training with their new weapons. During training in Ottawa, a member of the counter-terrorism unit Joint Task Force 2 inadvertently shot himself with a SIG Sauer P320. The chief of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command, Major-General Steve Boivin, is now claiming that the SIG Sauer P320 handguns are classified, despite public purchase data.