Industry Intelligence Reports (IIR)
Helping Our Members Make Informed Decisions
Industry Intelligence Reports are publications produced by NSSF on a variety of topics. They are designed to provide the latest research in a quick and easy-to-reference format to help members keep abreast of important topics in the industry.
The topics for the reports are based on surveys conducted in-house as well as by using existing data sources and input provided by key member-companies.
Industry Intelligence Reports are timely, relevant, cost-efficient research exclusively prepared for industry professionals.
As new issues are published, notifications are posted in NSSF’s Bullet Points.
Some of our most popular reports include:
The Firearms-Related Injury Statistics report is based on statistics obtained from the National Safety Council’s Injury Facts 2017 Edition. Data released by the National Safety Council demonstrates that unintentional firearms-related fatalities remain at historically low levels. Firearms are involved in fewer than a 1/2-percent of all unintentional fatalities in the United States.
Report provides a comprehensive overview of firearms production trends spanning a period of 25 years. Based primarily on the data sourced from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF’s) Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Reports (AFMER), this edition also includes manufacturing trends for ammunition as sourced from Census Bureau’s Annual Survey of Manufacturers (ASM) and import/export statistics for firearms compiled from the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) to provide a more accurate picture of the historical production that has been made available to the U.S. market. AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY TO NSSF MEMBERS. (Login to download.)
This Industry Intelligence Report highlights the benefits of hunting and summarizes the financial contribution and economic impact of American hunters. It contains the latest data on hunting license sales and Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax (FAET) information, in addition to NSSF’s Hunting License Sales Index – a compilation of several states hunting license data that provides an unusually early preview of hunting license sales.
Millions of people participate in clay sports each year. These activities are enjoyed by a wide variety of people. Young or old, male or female, advanced or beginner they are all drawn to clay sports for the fun, social and outdoor aspects of these activities. Learn about current participation and economic impact of clay sports in this 16 page Industry Intelligence Report.
This report contains consumer survey data as well as consumer purchase data for a variety of optics categories including rifle scopes, spotting scopes, binoculars, range finders, red dot sights and laser sights. The report is free to NSSF members and available for $100 to non-members.