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Australia Reloads as Gun Amnesties Fail to Cut Arms

Sydney Morning Herald

13 January 2013

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[T]his included the 1996-97 national firearms buy-back and the 2003 handgun buy-back, which resulted in 728,667 newly prohibited guns being handed back in return for compensation.

The research suggests that when gun owners who have surrendered their weapons voluntarily and without compensation are included in the figures, more than 1 million guns have been destroyed in Australia since 1988…

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