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Does anyone have offical numbers? I bought a 995 in late January from TGSCOM, after they got really scarce, and today my friend got his new one from Bud's, and the serial numer is 6500 higher.

My 4095 which I bought used, but looks like new, has a sn under 2000!
 

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This is secondhand info but I HEARD that they only made like 2000 4095s and intended for them to be for police officers.
The 995 is more common but still I dont know any exact numbers. Call them and ask and tell us what they say.
 

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accordinf to the atf website beemiller made the following rifles in the year listed

2007 19,200
2006 15,400
2005 14,600
2004 15,200
2003 7,310
2002 19,990
2001 13,450
2000 12,390
1999 33,100
1998 26,642

2008 data wont be availbel for several motnhs yet.

assuming a 10% loss to various reasons that still leaves over 160,000 carbines in circulation.

ETA radair08 - you are wrong. HP carbines have always been for sale to the public and never intended solely for LEOs. Various angencies use them for economic or other reasons.

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more than a few of us where I work, Fed LEO, carry the carbines in the trunks of our POV's. Most of us carry 995's, a few people have the 40's.
It's always fun at the range, when we are done with required shooting, we usally bring out the High-Points and just have a lot of fun. Even the SORT and DCT guys get into it.
 
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