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Kendrick, Steven W. 1997 ‘Firepower Superiority.’ Submission to the Review of Firearms Control in New Zealand. London: Shooters Rights Association (UK). 31 July

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Ireland is considered to have the most restrictive gun laws of any Western country.

In Ireland, the only types of firearm legally available are manually operated rifles of .25" calibre or less, and single or double barrel shotguns with a barrel length of at least 24.

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