Gungenius.com is a cool little website that publishes the monthly top-selling firearms on the popular gun auction site GunBroker.com. I always like to keep track of this list to see which way the market is going and to also track the popularity of newly released firearms. The list features everything from single-shot and semi-auto shotguns to rifles and pistols. Today we’ll check out the top-selling guns on Gunbroker for the month of September 2021.
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The Top Selling Guns for September 2021 – Did your Gat Make the Cut?
The king for September in semi-auto pistols is one that often frequents the top 5 spots and shouldn’t surprise anyone really. The Glock 19 claims the top spot as the top-selling pistol for September moving up from its previous rank of 4th. The Glock 19 is often purchased by many for their first concealed carry pistol as it has decent magazine capacity, a simple manual of arms, and is reasonably concealable. The Glock 19 generally sells for around $550 on GunBroker before transfer fees and shipping.
The Barkeep was announced a couple of months ago and seems to be gaining quite a bit of popularity. I’m not exactly sure if it is because of the ammunition shortage we all went through but I’ve often seen a trend of rimfire firearms becoming more popular during ammunition scares. The Heritage Arms Barkeep is very affordable at about $150 on the higher end.
One of my favorite rifles hands down, the Ruger PC Carbine took the top spot this month beating out the venerable Ruger 10/22, and the Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22. The PC Carbine is offered in several different cuts including several takedown models that make it a great option for a backpacking gun. The Ruger PC Carbine generally sells for an average price of between $600 and $700 on GunBroker.
Once again we see another rimfire rifle take center stage. However, this time the top 5 list only features two rimfire bolt action rifles while the other three remain centerfire rifles. I don’t have any insight as to why the 457 took the top spot other than perhaps the increasing popularity of Rimfire PRS matches. The CZ-USA 457 generally sells for around $600 on the lower end but Precision models can run upwards of $1,000.
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These were just the four most prominent points of interest for me in terms of overall firearms sales for GunBroker.com. Gungenius.com also keeps track of pump-action, semi-auto, single-shot as well as side-by-side and over-under shotguns. If you’re interested in what the hot gats are for each month you should check out Gungenius.com.