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Ergueta, Raúl. 2010 ‘Confiscated Firearms (Armas decomisadas).’ Plurinational Meeting: Transfer and Illicit trafficking in Firearms: Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile, p. 51. New York, NY: Fundación Arias para la Paz y el Progreso Humano (ARIAS) y el Centro de Estudios Judiciales. 4 October

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[C]omo lo explicará el Sr. Director de la División de Control de Armas de la D.G.M.N. el año pasado [2009], se realizó en noviembre la última destrucción de APYL. Fueron fundidas un total de 3.396 armas decomisadas y 3.885 armas entregadas en forma voluntaria. Se comprendió en ese proceso armas cortas, largas, maquinas recargadoras, hechizas, de fogueo y fantasía, así como otras adaptadas…

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As explained by the Director of the Arms Control Division of DGMN, in November last year [2009] an event was held to destroy SALW. In all, 3,396 confiscated weapons and 3,885 voluntarily surrendered firearms were smelted. Included in the process were handguns, long guns, reloading machines, hand-made weapons, blank and fake weapons, as well as other types of modified weaponry…

[DGMN = General Directorate of National Mobilisation; SALW = Small Arms and Light Weapons]

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