A list of guns that sold in the highest volume on Gunbroker last year is now available. The web-based firearm marketplace publishes the figures every year, conveniently sorting them in 12 categories for both new and used models.
The best-selling new semi-auto handgun was the SIG Sauer P365 Nitron Micro-Compact, followed by the Glock G26 and Kel-Tec PMR-30. The Browning Hi-Power was the favorite in the category for pre-owned models.
The Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 38 led the way in new revolvers, with the Heritage Arms Rough Rider taking the silver medal and Ruger Wrangler claiming bronze. Ruger Blackhawks took top honors in the used revolver category.
In semi-automatic rifles it was the Ruger AR-556 on top, followed by Colt AR-15s and Kel-Tec Sub-2000s. The Springfield M1 Garand claimed first place in the used firearm category.
Ruger’s Precision Rifle dominated sales among new bolt-action rifles. It was followed by the Browning X-Bolt and another Ruger—the American Rifle. Remington 700s were top in the choice of older models sold.
Armscor/Rock Island Armory VR80 was the semi-auto shotgun that sold in the highest volume on GunBroker last year. Runner up was the Remington V3 TAC-13 followed by the Franchi Affinity. Remington’s 1100 was first among previously owned auto-loading shotguns.
Mossberg’s 590 and 590 Shockwave led the way in pump-action shotguns, respectively, with the Remington 870 claiming third place. In the used category it was the 870 on top.
Other categories included by GunBroker, with the new model winner noted here, include lever-action rifles (Marlin 1895), pump-action rifles (Remington 12), single-shot rifles (Ruger No. 1), single-shot shotguns (Springfield 944 Series A), side-by-side shotguns (CZ-USA All American) and over-and-unders (Stoeger Coach Gun).
The top-five finishers are included and posted by the website in its final results. Details cover both new and used firearms sold last year on the marketplace.
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