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Karp, Aaron. 2012 ‘Argentine Civilian Firearms Registration Reports.’ Measurement and Use of Statistical Data to Analyze Small Arms in the Caribbean and Latin America; Section IV, p. 16. Mexico City: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Center of Excellence, National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI). 28 April

Relevant contents

Argentine civilian firearms registration reports, available years 2001-2010

Year: Registered (% change) - Source

2001: 2,597,122 - n/a - Viva Rio background research in Small Arms Survey 2004, Oxford University Press, 2004, p. 51.

2006: 1,185,467 (-0.54) - Aaron Karp, Surplus Arms in South America: a Survey. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, 2009.

2008: 1,123,059 (-0.06) - Aline Gatto Boueri, "Argentina Turns in Its Firearms", Comunidade Segura, 3 March 2011*

2010: 1,240,000 (0.09) - Report on Citizen Security in the Americas 2011, Washington, D.C.: OAS, January 2011, p. 22

2010: 1,261,758 (0.02) - Ana Yancy Espinoza, Arms Trafficking in Latin America, manuscript, UNODC, Mexico City, 2012, p. 28.

* The total of 1,123,059 is reported for the year 2004 in Report on Citizen Security in the Americas 2011, Washington, D.C.: Organisation of American States (OAS), January 2011, p. 22. This appears to be a mistake. The figure is associated with 2008 in Aline Gatto Boueri, "Argentina Turns in Its Firearms", Comunidade Segura, 3 March 2011.

Illegal firearms are estimated at 2 to 2.5 million, for a national civilian total averaged and rounded here at 3.6 million.(17)

Source:

17) Aline Gatto Boueri, "Argentina Turns in Its Firearms", Translated by Danielle Renwick, Comunidade Segura, 3 March 2011.

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