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Norton, Robyn, and John D Langley. 1993 ‘Firearm Related Deaths in New Zealand 1978-87.’ New Zealand Medical Journal; 106 (967), pp. 463-5. Injury Prevention Research Unit / IPRU Otago and Injury Prevention Research Centre / IPRC Auckland. 10 November

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Over this 10 year period, there were an average of 91 firearm deaths annually, accounting for 0.3% of all deaths.

Suicide accounted for 75.5% [76%] of these deaths, unintentional deaths for 11.6% [12%] and homicides for 10.6% [11%].

Undetermined firearm deaths accounted for 2.3% [2%].

"No significant temporal changes were observed."

Legal intervention (justifiable police shootings), air rifle & explosives deaths were mainly excluded.

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