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Mouzos, Jenny. 2001 ‘Firearm-Related Morbidity in Australia, 1994-95 to 1998-99.’ Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (198). Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. 1 March

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Based only on available information where the type of firearm was recorded, most firearm-related injuries were committed with a shotgun (36.1%), followed by a hunting rifle (32.6%) and a handgun (28.5%).

About three per cent of firearm-related injuries were committed with a military firearm.

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