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Karp, Aaron. 2009 ‘Estimated Total Small Arms, Firearms, and Surpluses in Peru, Rounded.’ Surplus Arms in South America: A Survey; Working Paper 7 (Table 14), p. 49. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 1 August

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Table 14: Estimated Total Small Arms, Firearms, and Surpluses in Peru, Rounded

Armed Forces: 216,000 (total), 83,000 (surplus)

Army: 159,000 (total), 59,000 (surplus)
Navy: 22,000 (total), 11,000 (surplus)
Air Force: 19,000 (total), 13,000 (surplus)
Reserves: ? (total), ? (surplus)
Comites de Autodefensa: 15,000 (total), ? (surplus)

National Police: 170,000 (total), 50,000 (surplus)

Civilian: 1,120,000 (total)

Civilian Legal: 236,000 (small arms and firearms)
Civilian Illegal: 500,000 (small arms and firearms)

Total: 1,500,000
Total Surplus: 133,000

ID: Q5311

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