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Capie, David. 2004 ‘Two Million Firearms Inherited.’ Missing the Target? The Human Cost of Small Arms Proliferation and Misuse in South East Asia. In: Annelies Heijmans, Nicola Simmonds, Hans van de Veen (eds.) Searching for Peace in the Asia-Pacific, p. 295. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. 1 January

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Two Million Firearms Inherited

After the United States withdrew from Indochina in 1975, Vietnam and Cambodia inherited some 2 million firearms and 150,000 metric tons of ammunition.

Even after a government crackdown, between 500,000 and 1 million military arms remain in Cambodia alone.

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