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Thorp, T M. 1997 ‘Right to Bear Arms.’ Review of Firearms Control in New Zealand, p. 104. Auckland: Government Printer. 30 June

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Right to Bear Arms

The arguments are overwhelmingly against the recognition of a general 'right to bear arms' in this country.

Indeed it would be timely to include in any new legislation a declaration that self-defence is not a legitimate purpose for the acquisition of firearms in this country.

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