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I asked this question in the previous forum. Someone actually linked some goverment firearm manufactures numbers web site. It showed the number of handguns and rifles manufactured by each company, but it did not specify how many of each type. Don't have a link to that site though.

But I would also be intrested in finding out.
 
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I found figures for one year 2003 and the total for carbines was just over 7000. I thought I had posted this, sorry for the delay. The oldtimers desease must have kicked in :)
 

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I posted the link to the ATF on the old forum. Interesting stuff. Don't forget to look at hi-point and all of its partner manufacturing companies, Beemiller, iberia, and haskell.

http://www.atf.gov/firearms/stats/index.htm

Total Hi-point stats. Includes Beemiller, Iberia, and Haskell manufacturing
2005:
carbines- 14,600
.380 pistol- 18,700
9mm pistol- 51,600
.40 pistol- 11,100
.45 pistol- 17,400

2004:
carbines- 15,200
.380 pistol- 26, 400
9mm pistol - 50,170
.40 pistol- 10,800
.45 pistol- 14,300

2003:
carbines- 7,310
.380 pistol- 27,000
9mm pistol- 54,150
.40 pistol- 7,320
.45 pistol- 13,500

2002:
Carbines- 19,990
Didn't feel like looking up pistols:wink:

In 2005 Kimber produced 47,820 pistols. In that same year total hi-point pistols produced(all calibers) was 98,800.
 
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Why is it do you think that the number of carbines sold each year is dropping? I personally think they should redesign the stock and make an AR-15 clone of it.(or something close) That certainly couldn't hurt sales. JMHO.
 

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I used to think the HiPoint 995 was a butt fugly critter in its factory issued stock, but after actually shooting them I had a change of heart and now own one. Hats off to Beemiller Inc for producing such a fine work of art.
 

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I used to think the HiPoint 995 was a butt fugly critter in its factory issued stock, but after actually shooting them I had a change of heart and now own one. Hats off to Beemiller Inc for producing such a fine work of art.
I have never thought of any of the Hi Point weapons as ugly or beautiful, but as weapons.

They serve me well in their factory form and I love them for that.
 
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