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South Africa. 2013 ‘Firearms and Ammunition Voluntarily Surrendered.’ SAPS Annual Report 2012/13, p. 81. Pretoria: South African Police Service (SAPS). 31 August

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Firearms and Ammunition Voluntarily Surrendered

The SAPS accepts the voluntary surrender of firearms and ammunition to the SAPS as a means to assist persons to comply with the requirements of the firearms control legislation.

During the reporting period 4,936 legal firearms and 84,051 legal rounds of ammunition were voluntarily surrendered to the SAPS, compared to 4,876 firearms and 57,599 rounds of ammunition in 2011/12.

Table 13 provides a provincial overview of the number of firearms and ammunition voluntarily surrendered…

[SAPS = South African Police Service]

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