Citation(s) from the GunPolicy.org literature library
Krkeljic, Ljiljana. 2007. ‘Data on Small Arms Possession in Montenegro.’ Small Arms and Gender-Based Violence in Montenegro; Section 2.2, p. 3. Podgorica: United Nations Development Programme / UNDP. 31 October.
Data on Small Arms Possession in Montenegro
According to the database of the Police Directorate, 73,000 citizens own 98,340 pieces of small arms and light weapons. Women hold 1,341 pieces of arms, as follows:
- 880 pistols;
- 72 revolvers;
- 38 hunting rifles;
- 122 hunting carbine;
- 12 rifles;
- 12 small-calibre rifles.
Thus, out of the total number of legally owned SALW, women hold 1.36 percent, illustrating the fact that men are the most common buyers and owners of arms in Montenegro.