That's a somewhat larger total number of 7x33's than I would have guessed, but my perspective is skewed since the 7x33, like the .25-20, was never commercially imported to the U.S. Due to population, economics, and gun regulation, more Sakos of nearly every type and caliber are typically found in the U.S. than in the rest of the world combined. But not so with the 7x33! From what I've seen over the last 30 years or so, the 7x33 must be the very rarest Sako caliber in the U.S., with the .25-20 close to it in scarcity. Although I had to dig a pretty deep hole in the old hip pocket to get it (and that was a few years back!), I feel very lucky to own one.