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Capie, David. 2004 ‘Military-style Firearms in Crime.’ Missing the Target? The Human Cost of Small Arms Proliferation and Misuse in South East Asia. In: Annelies Heijmans, Nicola Simmonds, Hans van de Veen (eds.) Searching for Peace in the Asia-Pacific, p. 302. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. 1 January

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Military-style Firearms in Crime

Research in Mindanao by the British relief agency Oxfam found that 78 percent of all violent deaths and injuries that occurred in crimes reported to the authorities were carried out with military-style weapons.

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