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Hadzovic, Denis, Armin Krzalic and Sanja Mihajlovic. 2013 ‘Assessment of the Total Quantity of Firearms in Bosnia and Herzegovina.’ Small Arms Survey 2010/2011: Bosnia and Herzegovina (Table 1), p. 11. Belgrade: South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC), European Union, UN Development Programme. 20 November

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Table 1: Assessment of the Total Quantity of Firearms in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Weapon Owners: Quantity (Source)

Legal civilian possession: 349,396 (Entity and Cantonal MIA and BD Police)
Estimates of illegal civilian possession: 794,366 (Questionnaires results)
Armed Forces of BiH: 124,025 (Ministry of Defence of BiH)
BiH Border Police: 1,555 (SAS)
SIPA: 1,513 (SIPA)
Federation of BiH Police: 9,680 (Cantonal MIA and the SAS assessment based on the number of police officers)
RS Police: 7,162 (Assessment based on the number of police officials in the RS MIA)
BD Police: 443 (BD Police)
Private Security Companies (PSC): 1,002 (MIAs and BD Police)

Estimates on the total quantity of weapons in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1,244,142

[MIA = Ministry of Internal Affairs; BD = Border Police; BiH = Bosnia and Herzegovina; SIPA = State Investigation and Protection Agency; SAS = Small Arms Survey; MIA RS = Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska]

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