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Karp, Aaron. 2013 ‘Total Firearms in Private Possession.’ Legacies of War in the Company of Peace: Firearms in Nepal; Issue Brief No. 2, p. 5. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva / Nepal Armed Violence Assessment (NAVA). 1 May

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Total Firearms in Private Possession

This Issue Brief estimates that a total of 440,000 weapons are owned by civilians in Nepal, an average of 1.7 firearms for every 100 residents. Of this number, appoximately one in eight (55,000) is believed to be legally registered. Of the remainder, roughly 330,000 are estimated to be unregistered craft weapons…

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