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UNDP. 2006 ‘'Danger' Categorisation of Weapons According to Incidents with Firearms.’ SALW Survey - Assessing Demand for SALW in FYR Macedonia; Section 2Bd, p. 17. Skopje: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) / PCSS Project. 1 March

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'Danger' Categorization of Weapons According to Incidents with Firearms

Accidental Self-Harm

2000:
Total - 15
Legal - 12
Illegal - 3
Pistol - 12
Rifle - 3

2001:
Total - 22
Legal - 18
Illegal - 4
Pistol - 12
Rifle - 10

2002:
Total - 23
Legal - 19
Illegal - 4
Pistol - 17
Rifle - 6

2003:
Total - 14
Legal - 7
Illegal - 7
Pistol - 12
Rifle - 2

2004:
Total - 14
Legal - 11
Illegal - 3
Pistol - 11
Rifle - 3

Accidents with Firearms

2000:
Total - 8
Legal - 6
Illegal - 2
Pistol - 5
Rifle - 3

2001:
Total - 9
Legal - 7
Illegal - 2
Pistol - 3
Rifle - 6

2002:
Total - 11
Legal - 10
Illegal - 1
Pistol - 4
Rifle - 7

2003:
Total - 10
Legal - 8
Illegal - 2
Pistol - 6
Rifle - 4

2004:
Total - 9
Legal - 9
Illegal - 0
Pistol - 2
Rifle - 7

Suicides
2000:
Total - 11
Legal - 8
Illegal - 3
Pistol - 5
Rifle - 6

2001:
Total - 13
Legal - 9
Illegal - 4
Pistol - 7
Rifle - 6

2002:
Total - 24
Legal - 16
Illegal - 8
Pistol - 15
Rifle - 9

2003:
Total - 26
Legal - 15
Illegal - 11
Pistol - 19
Rifle - 7

2004:
Total - 20
Legal - 17
Illegal - 3
Pistol - 12
Rifle - 8

[Source = Ministry of the Interior 2004]

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