Just based on my observations at my average "sunny day" gun club, in about 2 dozen days of RSO'ing there, I've only seen ONE build ever show up there (not counting the sand and assemble stuff). Most of the rest of the shooters are shooting those faddish plastic cartridge guns. Even guns with wooden stocks are getting to be a rarity. So based on my experiences at Track, and the assumption that they are maybe 50% of the builder market, and that pre-carves are about 80% of the builds being done, my best guess is that in the US, maybe 1200-1500 (completed) builds a year (including blank builds) is all the deeper the entire market is, and that counts in the very prolific professional builders, like Mike Brooks. And, we all know of folks that started a project, which may or may not ever get done. Anyone else want to speculate as to the true market size? I'd love to hear your perspectives and reasoning.