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Batchelor, Peter. 2002 ‘A Sick or Dying Industry? Products and Producers.’ Small Arms Survey 2002: Counting the Human Cost, pp. 33-35. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1 July
This subsection provides detailed case studies of the world's most important medium-sized small arms producers: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Each country study provides information on its most important small arms producing companies, including selected financial information. Together with the world's three major producers - China, the Russian Federation, and the US - these countries dominate the global small arms market.
Umarex Sportwaffen), Rheinmetall DeTec, Diehl, Dynamit Nobel, Rheinmetall DeTec, Mauser-Werke, Mauser, JP Sauer & Sohn, Carl Walther, Heckler & Koch, Fritz Werner, JG Anschütz, Blaser Jagdwaffen,
Lock, Peter. 2001. Small Arms Production in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Background paper. Geneva: Small Arms Survey