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Australia. 2016 ‘Contemporary Diversion Methods.’ Illicit Firearms in Australia, p. 10. Canberra: Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. 21 October

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Contemporary Diversion Methods

Contemporary diversion methods are current practices for moving firearms or firearm components to the domestic illicit firearm market. They include:

- theft from licensed individuals and firearm dealers, including suspected staged theft
- the domestic manufacture and assembly of firearms
- the illegal importation of undeclared firearms and firearm parts, and
- failure to record or reconcile the interstate movement of firearms.

ID: Q13169

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