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Table 7 Likelihood of supporting a ban on high capacity ammunition magazines by brand (types combined) of gun owned, controlling for age group, gender, race/ethnicity, income level, political party, and political ideology

From: The descriptive epidemiology of brand-specific gun ownership in the US: results from the 2019 National Lawful Use of Guns Survey

  Odds Ratio
Brand (95% confidence interval)
Henry USA (N = 62) 0.25* (0.12–0.55)
Sig Sauer (N = 140) 0.35* (0.21–0.59)
Springfield (N = 175) 0.36* (0.22–0.59)
Kimber (N = 65) 0.37* (0.16–0.83)
Glock (N = 343) 0.57* (0.41–0.79)
Ruger (N = 598) 0.61* (0.47–0.77)
Savage (N = 178) 0.62* (0.43–0.90)
Beretta (N = 192) 0.66 (0.41–1.05)
Colt (N = 296) 0.66* (0.49–0.90)
Marlin (N = 179) 0.68 (0.45–1.03)
Smith and Wesson (N = 702) 0.68* (0.53–0.86)
Mossberg (N = 317) 0.69* (0.51–0.95)
Taurus (N = 198) 0.70 (0.48–1.04)
Browning (N = 305) 0.70* (0.51–0.95)
Owns any of the 82 listed brands (N = 1883) 0.81 (0.56–1.17)
Remington (N = 785) 0.99 (0.78–1.24)
Winchester (N = 449) 1.18 (0.89–1.56)
Does not own any of the listed brands (N = 203) 1.23 (0.81–1.79)
  1. *Statistically significant at p < .05, compared to all other gun owners (who do not own that brand)
  2. Note: Only brands used by at least 50 gun owners are shown in table. Logistic regression analysis controls for gender, age group, race/ethnicity, income level, political party, and political ideology