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Assfalg, Peter. 2013 ‘The 2013 Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty.’ Australian Shooter, p. 86. Unley, SA: Sporting Shooters Association of Australia. 1 August

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Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty

The… 2004 Queensland Firearms and Weapons Amnesty resulted in 2,835 firearms (27 per cent) being surrendered for destruction and 7,704 firearms (73 per cent) being registered over a six-month period.

- Inspector Peter Assfalg, Queensland Police Service

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