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GL Class Code 53271 - Firearms Manufacturing

GL Class Code 53271 - Firearms Manufacturing

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The General Liability Class Code 53271 - Firearms Manufacturing. Learn more about GL Code 53271 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 53271?

The description for GL Class Code 53271 is: Firearms Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 53271?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 53271 - Firearms Manufacturing is:

Description for 3489 Ordnance and Accessories, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ordnance and accessories, not elsewhere classified, such as naval, aircraft, antiaircraft, tank, coast, and field artillery having a bore more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), and components. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small arms and parts 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less are classified in Industry 3484; those manufacturing tanks are classified in Industry 3795; and those manufacturing guided missiles are classified in Industry Group 376.

  • Antisubmarine projectors (ordnance)
  • Antitank rocket launchers
  • Artillery parts for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18
  • Artillery, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch): aircraft,
  • Barrels, gun: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Bofors guns
  • Cannons, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Carriages, gun: for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18
  • Catapult guns
  • Depth charge release pistols and projectors
  • Flame throwers (ordnance)
  • Gun turrets and parts for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than
  • Guns, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Howitzers, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Limbers, gun and caisson
  • Links for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Livens projectors (ordnance)
  • Machine guns, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Mortars, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Oerlikon guns
  • Projectors antisub, depth charge release, grenade, livens, and rocket
  • Recoil mechanisms for guns more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18
  • Rifles, recoilless
  • Rocket launchers, hand-held
  • Smoke generators (ordnance)
  • Tampions for guns more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Torpedo tubes (ordnance)

Description for 3484 Small Arms

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small firearms having a bore 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less, and parts for small firearms. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing certain weapons more than 30 mm. which are carried and employed by the individual, such as grenade launchers and heavy field machine guns. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing artillery and mortars having a bore more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), and component parts, are classified in Industry 3489.

  • Barrels, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Carbines, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Carts, machine gun and machine gun ammunition
  • Clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Cylinders and clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Firearms, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Grenade launchers
  • Gun sights, except optical: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Guns, dart: except toy
  • Guns: BB and pellet
  • Links, for ammunition 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Machine gun belts, metallic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Machine guns and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Magazines, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Mounts for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Pistols and parts, except toy
  • Pyrotechnic pistols and projectors
  • Recoil mechanisms for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Revolvers and parts
  • Rifles and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Rifles, high compression pneumatic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Rifles: BB and pellet
  • Rifles: pneumatic, spring loaded, and compressed air-except toy
  • Shotguns and parts
  • Submachine guns and parts


GL Class Code 53271 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Firearms Manufacturing is 53271.

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