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Gun Crime in Queensland on the Rise Despite Firearms Amnesty

Courier-Mail (Brisbane)

18 May 2013

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[A] final count has revealed almost 19,000 weapons were handed in during the three-month amnesty, which finished at the end of last month - double the last Queensland amnesty of 2004, when 9,500 weapons were surrendered.

Hundreds of handguns, semi-automatic rifles and shotguns were handed in, along with some heavy-duty weapons that stunned police…

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