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Assfalg, Peter. 2013 ‘The 2013 Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty.’ Australian Shooter, pp. 88. Unley, SA: Sporting Shooters Association of Australia. 1 August

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The 2013 Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty

As a result of the 2013 Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty, more than 18,500 firearms and weapons were processed during a three-month period, of which 74 per cent were registered, 24 per cent destroyed and 2 per cent held for safekeeping pending a firearms licence application by the owner.

- Inspector Peter Assfalg, Queensland Police Service

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