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Economic statistics of the U.S. firearms manufacturing industry.

Economic statistics of the U.S. firearms manufacturing industry.

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In 2011 the US gun industry employed approximately 10,000 persons and had a total payroll of about $550,000,000. Source: US Census Bureau, "Annual Survey of Manufactures: General Statistics: Statistics for Industry Groups and Industries: 2011 and 2010."
In 2011 the US gun industry employed approximately 10,000 persons and had a total payroll of about $550,000,000. Source: US Census Bureau, "Annual Survey of Manufactures: General Statistics: Statistics for Industry Groups and Industries: 2011 and 2010."

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AM1131GS101Annual Survey of Manufactures: General Statistics: Statistics for Industry Groups and Industries: 2011 and20102011 Annual Survey of Manufactures
Table Name
Annual Survey of Manufactures: General Statistics: Statistics for Industry Groups and Industries: 2011 and 2010
ReleaseDate/Status
11/08/2012 - Complete
ReleaseSchedule
Data are scheduled for release in November 2012.
Universe
The universe is a sample of manufacturing establishments classified in sectors 31-33 with one or more paid employees at any time during the year.
GeographyCoverage
Data are shown at the U.S. level only.
IndustryCoverage
Data are shown at the two- through six-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) based levels.
Data ItemsandOtherIdentifyingRecords
This file contains data on:Total employmentRelative standard error of total employment (%)Average annual production workersTotal annual payroll ($1,000)Total fringe benefits ($1,000)Relative standard error of total fringe benefits (%)Employer's cost for health insurance ($1,000)Employer's cost for defined benefit pension plans ($1,000)Employer's cost for defined contribution plans ($1,000)Employer's cost for other fringe benefits ($1,000)Production workers wages ($1,000)Production workers hours (1,000)Total cost of materials ($1,000)Relative standard error of total cost of materials (%)Cost of materials, parts, containers, packaging, etc. used ($1,000)Cost of contract work ($1,000)Cost of purchased fuels ($1,000)Relative standard error of cost of purchased fuels (%)Cost of purchased fuels and electric energy ($1,000)Quantity of purchased electric energy (1,000 kWh)Cost of purchased electric energy ($1,000)Relative standard error of cost of purchased electric energy (%)Quantity of electric energy generated (1,000 kWh)Quantity of electric energy sold or transferred (1,000 kWh)Total value of shipments ($1,000)Relative standard error of total value of shipments (%)Detailed value of shipments ($1,000)Detailed miscellaneous receipts ($1,000)Value added ($1,000)Relative standard error of value added (%)Total and detailed end of year inventories ($1,000)Relative standard error of detailed end of year inventories (%)Total and detailed beginning of year inventories ($1,000)Total capital expenditures (new and used) ($1,000)Relative standard error of total capital expenditures (new and used) (%)Capital expenditures for buildings and other structures ($1,000)Total capital expenditures for machinery and equipment ($1,000)Capital expenditures for automobiles, trucks, etc. for highway use ($1,000)Capital expenditures for computers and peripheral data processing equipment ($1,000)Capital expenditures for all other machinery and equipment ($1,000)Total depreciation ($1,000)Relative standard error of total depreciation (%)
 
Total rental payments ($1,000)Relative standard error of total rental payments (%)Buildings rentals ($1,000)Machinery rentals ($1,000)Total other expenses ($1,000)Relative standard error of total other expenses (%)Temporary staff and leased employee expenses ($1,000)Expensed computer hardware and other equipment ($1,000)Expensed purchases of software ($1,000)Data processing and other purchased computer services ($1,000)Communication services ($1,000)Repair and maintenance services of buildings and/or machinery ($1,000)Refuse removal (including hazardous waste) services ($1,000)Advertising and promotional services ($1,000)Purchased professional and technical services ($1,000)Taxes and license fees ($1,000)All other expenses ($1,000)
Sort Order
Data are presented in ascending NAICS-based code sequence.
FTP Download
Download the entire table at http://www2.census.gov/econ2011/AM/sector31/AM1131GS101.zip
ContactInformation
U.S. Census Bureau, Manufacturing & Construction DivisionInformation Services CenterWashington, DC. 20233-6900Tel: (301)763-4673ask.census.gov
Release Date: 11/08/12 | Status: Complete
NOTE: For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see Survey Methodology. For information onthe ASM industry groupings, see Comparability. Data in this table represent those available when this report was created. Data may not be availablefor all NAICS industries or geographies. Detail items may not add to total due to independent rounding.
Geographicarea name2007 NAICScodes andNAICS-basedrollup codeMeaning of2007 NAICScodes andNAICS-basedrollup codeYearNumber ofemployeesRelative standarderror of totalnumber ofemployees (%)Annual payroll($1,000)Total fringebenefits ($1,000)Relative standarderror of totalfringe benefits(%)
United States332994
 
Small armsmanufacturing2011
 
10,2893550,047181,1573United States332994
 
Small armsmanufacturing2010
 
10,6303549,012182,15022 of1603/02/2013
 
Geographicarea name2007 NAICScodes andNAICS-basedrollup codeMeaning of2007 NAICScodes andNAICS-basedrollup codeYearEmployer's costfor healthinsurance($1,000)Employer's costfor definedbenefit pensionplans ($1,000)Employer's costfor definedcontributionplans ($1,000)Employer's costfor other fringebenefits ($1,000)Productionworkers avg peryear
United States332994
 
Small armsmanufacturing2011
 
73,3578,85517,66481,2816,804United States332994
 
Small armsmanufacturing2010
 
77,32210,07915,95578,7956,5833 of1603/02/2013

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