GunBroker.com's Top-Selling Guns for Dec. 2015

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What firearms are Americans buying? Those listed by GunBroker.com as best-sellers for Dec. 2015—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:
 Kel-Tec PMR-30 Used: Colt 1911

Revolver
New:
Ruger LCR  Used: Colt Python

Semi-Automatic Rifle
New: Ruger 10/22 Used: Ruger Mini-14




Bolt-Action Rifle
New:
 Ruger Precision Rifle Used: Remington 700

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

Semi-Automatic Shotgun
 
New: Mossberg 930 Used: Remington 1100

Pump-Action Shotgun
New:
 Kel Tec KSG Used: Mossberg 500


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