BATFE Annual Firearms Manufacturing And Export Report

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  1. sculker

    sculker New Member

    April 10, 2008

    BATFE Annual Firearms Manufacturing And Export Report
    By GR Staff
    Gun manufacturing volume rose slightly from 2005 to 2006, he ATF's latest Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Report shows.

    The report provides valuable insight into the performance of individual companies and the type of firearms they produce. ATF embargoes the data for one year, so 2006 is the latest data available.

    Highlights from the 2006 numbers:

    Total firearm production in 2006 increased 3.3 percent, following a 4-percent uptick in 2005. Pistol and rifle production increased the most in 2006, while shotguns posted a slight increase, and revolvers a 14-percent decline.

    In 2006, Remington Arms Co. outpaced other U.S. firearm manufacturers, outdistancing other companies by slightly more than 175,000 firearms to top the Gun Reports list of the Top 5 U.S. Manufacturers. This is the sixth straight year Remington has achieved the number-one ranking making only long guns.

    Manufacturing 603,279 firearms, Remington led Mossberg (425,761), Smith & Wesson (408,095), Sturm, Ruger (403,272), and Savage (122,438) in total manufacturing.
  2. gnoll

    gnoll Guest

    wow well
    i find Remington lacking in there new gun line the 710
    dont get one but maby it was just my gun they F***** up

  3. hillbilly68

    hillbilly68 New Member

    Wonder if they count LE/ mil production in there. Need to go buy those revolvers boys, can't let them decline!