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In Thailand: Gun Laws Strict But Ownership High

The recent series of public shootings in Malaysia has raised questions about access to firearms. ST's regional bureaus take a closer look at gun laws in the region, and the laws in place to restrict them.

Straits Times (Singapore)

8 August 2013

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…There are 6.2 million registered guns in the country, according to the Royal Thai Police. Of those, 3.7 million are "short guns" or handguns. That means roughly one in every 100 Thai citizens owns a licensed gun…

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