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Karp, Aaron. 2008 ‘A Semi-automatic Process?: Identifying and destroying military surplus.’ Small Arms Survey 2008: Risk and Resilience; Table 3.3, p. 87. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 14 July

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Table 3.3: Ranking selected military small arms inventories

Country: Year - Total military personnel - Total military small arms - Small arms/person

Peru: 2006 - 268,000 - 200,889 - 0.8
Papua New Guinea: 2007 - 2,300 - 2,300 - 1.0
Finland: 2003 - 462,000 - 531,000- 1.1
United States: 2002-05 - 2,673,300 - 3,054,553 - 1.1
Norway: 2000 - 248,700 - 295,070 - 1.2
Central African Republic: 2003 - 4,442 - 5,552 - 1.3
Malaysia: 1987 - 156,600 - 255,000 - 1.6
Jamaica: 2004 - 3,783 - 7,000 - 1.9
Switzerland: 2004 - 175,000 - 324,484 - 1.9
Canada: 2000 - 102,400 - 233,949 - 2.3
Serbia: 2004 - 345,300 - 789,016 - 2.3
Germany: 1990 - 460,700 - 1,205,725 - 2.6
South Africa: 2004 - 115,750 - 350,636 - 3.0
Estonia: 2005 - 15,300 - 83,550 - 5.5
Ukraine: 2007 - 1,187,600 - 7,000,000 - 5.9
Czech Republic: 2003 - 49,450 - 500,000 - 10.0

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