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Dreyfus, Pablo, Marcelo de Sousa Nascimento and Luis Eduardo Guedes. 2008 ‘Small Arms-Related Violence in Brazil: Victims and Weapons.’ Small Arms in Rio de Janeiro: The Guns, the Buyback, and the Victims; Special Report No. 9, p. 31. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 1 December

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Small Arms-Related Violence in Brazil: Victims and Weapons

Twenty-five per cent of private holdings have been estimated to be in criminal hands (3.8 million weapons (Dreyfus and De Sousa Nascimento, 2005, p. 160)).

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Dreyfus, Pablo and Marcelo de Sousa Nascimento. 2005. 'Posse de armas de fogo no Brasil: mapeamento das armas e seus proprietários'/'Small Arms Holdings in Brazil: Toward a Comprehensive Mapping of Guns and Their Owners.' In Rubem Fernandes, ed. Brasil: as armas e as vítimas/Brazil: The Arms and the Victims. Rio de Janeiro: 7 Letras/Viva Rio/ISER, pp. 125–196.

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