Special Report

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

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New Mexico
> Gun sales this year: 59,496 (15th least)
> Gun sales per capita: 28.1 per 1,000 (25th most)
> Total population: 2.1 million (15th smallest)

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New York
> Gun sales this year: 141,884 (23rd most)
> Gun sales per capita: 7.2 per 1,000 (3rd least)
> Total population: 19.8 million (4th largest)

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North Carolina
> Gun sales this year: 221,364 (16th most)
> Gun sales per capita: 21.0 per 1,000 (14th least)
> Total population: 10.6 million (9th largest)

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North Dakota
> Gun sales this year: 24,580 (6th least)
> Gun sales per capita: 31.7 per 1,000 (20th most)
> Total population: 774,948 (4th smallest)

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Ohio
> Gun sales this year: 237,088 (14th most)
> Gun sales per capita: 20.1 per 1,000 (12th least)
> Total population: 11.8 million (7th largest)

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