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Alpers, Philip. 2016 ‘Firearm Imports, Australia: Non-air modern firearms for civilian possession, 1988 to 2015 (ABS).’ Australian Bureau of Statistics - Compilation of Customs data. Canberra: GunPolicy.org. Sydney School of Public Health. 20 April

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Firearm Imports, Australia: Non-air modern firearms for civilian possession, 1988 to 2015 (ABS)

Gun Policy.org compilation of Customs import data provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics

Year: Non-air modern firearm imports
2014/15: 115,042
2013/14: 121,275
2012/13: 98,472
2011/12: 67,730
2010/11: 59,382
2009/10: 66,461
2008/09: 55,422
2007/08: 52,991
2006/07: 45,748
2005/06: 38,015
2004/05: 36,546
2003/04: 33,830
2002/03: 37,436
2001/02: 26,279
2000/01: 28,141
1999/00: 32,369
1998/99: 17,838
1997/98: 34,341
1996/97: 88,845
1995/96: 43,052
1994/95: 48,751
1993/94: 32,928
1992/93: 35,881
1991/92: 45,305
1990/91: 71,675
1989/90: 57,222
1988/89: 51,502

[Editor's note: In the years 1995/96 to 2014/15, figures reported directly by Customs1 are preferred. In the absence of original Customs import figures, annual ABS figures derived from Customs data (above) add the six years from 1988/89 to 1994/95].

ID: Q11780

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