According to Karl Egil Hanevik's book on Norski Krags (and my poor understanding of Norwegian), Steyr received an order for 63,000 M/1894 rifles but it was canceled after approximately 33,500 had been delivered.
Steyr also produced some M/1895 carbines, but the numbers were very small, possibly less than a few hundred.
Numbers of the undelivered Steyr-made Norwegian Krags showed up in South Africa during the 2nd Anglo-Boer war and were, reportedly, reserved for issue to high ranking officers.
During WW2, Steyr apparently assembled some of the so-called Krag NC-1944 short rifles with parts shipped from Norway. These were for use by German occupation troops and Quisling's traitor "volunteers", the Hird.
10200 rifles for the Haeren (Army) in 1896 (serial numbers from 1 to 10200)
18800 rifles for the Hearen (Army) in 1897 (serial numbers from 10201 to 20000)
4500 rifles for civilian in 1897 ( from 3001 to 7500)