GunBroker.com's Top-Selling Firearms for Feb. 2016

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posted on March 23, 2016
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What guns are Americans buying in early 2016? Those listed by GunBroker.com as best-sellers for Feb. 2016—both new and used—have been covered extensively by American Rifleman. Check the list here and learn more about these guns.

Semi-automatic Pistol

New: Ruger LCP
Used: Glock G17

Revolver
New: Taurus 85
Used: Colt Python

Semi-automatic Rifle
New: Smith & Wesson M&P15
Used: Colt AR-15


Bolt-Action Rifle

New: Remington 700
Used: Remington 700



Lever-Action Rifle
New: Marlin 1895
Used: Winchester 94

Semi-automatic Shotgun

New: Remington 1100
Used: Browning A5 (Auto 5)

Over-Under Shotgun
New: Browning Citori 725
Used: Browning Citori 725

Pump-Action Shotgun
New: Kel-Tec KSG
Used: Remington 870 Wingmaster


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