Special Report

Gun Sales Plunged, Here's Each State's Figure

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South Dakota
> Gun sales this year: 30,134 (9th least)
> Gun sales per capita: 33.7 per 1,000 (14th most)
> Total population: 895,376 (5th smallest)

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Tennessee
> Gun sales this year: 291,969 (10th most)
> Gun sales per capita: 41.9 per 1,000 (9th most)
> Total population: 7.0 million (16th largest)

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Texas
> Gun sales this year: 576,918 (3rd most)
> Gun sales per capita: 19.5 per 1,000 (10th least)
> Total population: 29.5 million (2nd largest)

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Utah
> Gun sales this year: 335,912 (8th most)
> Gun sales per capita: 100.6 per 1,000 (3rd most)
> Total population: 3.3 million (21st smallest)

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Vermont
> Gun sales this year: 15,733 (3rd least)
> Gun sales per capita: 24.4 per 1,000 (18th least)
> Total population: 645,570 (2nd smallest)

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