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Cukier, Wendy. 2005 ‘Military Assault Weapon Prohibitions by Country - Vanuatu.’ The Feasibility of Increased Restrictions on the Civilian Possession of Military Assault Weapons at the Global Level; Working Paper 05-2 (Appendix 1), p. 39. Waterloo, ON: Project Ploughshares: Small Arms Working Group of the Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee. 1 April

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Military Assault Weapon Prohibitions by Country - Vanuatu

In 1988 the government banned the import of automatic and semiautomatic firearms; pistols, and revolvers of all types; firearms of .300, .303, .38, and .45 inch calibres as well as 7.62 and 9mm calibres; firearms designed to discharge noxious liquid or gas and related ammunition. Shortened or converted weapons are also prohibited.

Source cited:
Philip Alpers and Conor Twyford. Small Arms in the Pacific. Occasional Paper No. 8. Small Arms Survey. Geneva, March 2003.

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