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Capie, David. 2002 ‘Singapore: Gun control.’ Small Arms Production and Transfers in South East Asia (146), pp. 85-86. Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University. 1 January

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Singapore: Gun control

Some weapons, such as shotguns for clay pigeon shooting or pistols and rifles for target shooting, can be legally owned, but only with a firearms licence. Other weapons, such as military-style assault rifles and submachine guns, are illegal in any circumstances.

[Capie cites one or more interviews with Arms and Explosives Branch staff. Many of the assertions above are not apparent in Singapore legislation.]

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