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Small Arms Survey. 2005 ‘Ammunition Availability and Conflict.’ Small Arms Survey 2005: Weapons at War, p. 19. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1 July

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In Papua New Guinea, weapons like AK-47 assault rifles are of little value, since only NATO-calibre ammunition is available; although Soviet-type weapons are easy to obtain in nearby Asia, they are, therefore, unlikely to end up in PNG.

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