Resources

Resources

If you would like more information, please check out the following links:

Sources

  1. The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control's Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System.
  2. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reports.
  3. Small Arms Survey 2007: Guns and the City; Chapter 2: Completing the Count: Civilian Firearms.
  4. Small Arms Survey 2007: Guns and the City; Annexe 4. The largest civilian firearm arsenals for 178 countries
  5. European Detailed Mortality Database (DMDB), World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office for Europe.
    Contains mortality data by cause of death, age and sex, submitted to the WHO by the European Member States.
  6. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Publication 3303.0: Causes of Death Australia, Underlying causes of death; table 1.2 (2001-2010) and Causes of Death by Year of Occurrence: table 17.1 (2000-2009)
  7. The Gun Act - Firearms and ammunition Law (in Czech)
  8. Australian Government - Australian Institute of Criminology: Legislative reforms.
  9. Council Directive of 18 June 1991 on control of the acquisition and possession of weapons.
  10. The National Archives UK: Firearms Act 1968.
  11. Convention for the reciprocal recognition of proof marks on small arms 1 July 1969.
  12. U.S. Department of Justice; The Gun Control Act of 1968 and the National Firearms Act 1986.
  13. United States Government Printing Office: Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.
  14. Kriegswaffenkontrollgesetz, KrWaffKontrG - War Weapons Control Act.
  15. Weapons law in the Federal Republic of Germany: The Weapons Act (German text: Waffengesetz).
  16. Gun Policy: International firearm injury prevention and policy.
  17. République Française: Décret n°95-589 du 6 mai 1995 relatif à l'application du décret du 18 avril 1939 fixant le régime des matériels de guerre, armes et munitions.
  18. République Française: Code de la défense.
  19. République Française: Arrété du 15 novembre 2000 fixant les modalités de destruction par les armuriers des armes de 1re et de 4e catégorie et des armes de 5e et de 7e catégorie soumises à déclaration.
  20. République Française: Arrété du 2 octobre 1992 relatif à la procédure d'importation, d'exportation et de transfert des matériels de guerre, armes et munitions et des matériels assimilés.
  21. République Française: Ordonnance n° 2004-1374 du 20 décembre 2004 relative à la partie législative du code de la défense.
  22. Overheid.nl: Wet wapens en munitie (Arms and Ammunition Act).
  23. United Nations: Country Profiles: Croatia.
  24. United Nations: Country Profiles - Croatia Weapons Law.
  25. United Nations: Country Profiles: Bulgaria
  26. United Nations: Country Profiles - Bulgaria Law on the Control of Explosives, Firearms and Ammunitions.
  27. Sicherheit und Ordnung - Waffen - Waffenrechtliche Dokumente (in German).
  28. Wikipedia: Gun Politics
  29. Denmark: the Weapons and Explosives Act Consolidated Act No. 1316 of 26 November 2007 on Weapons and Explosives
  30. The Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2004
  31. Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence: Understanding the Link Between Weak Laws and Gun Violence.
  32. New England Journal of Medicine: Gun Ownership as a Risk Factor for Homicide in the Home by Arthur L. Kellermann and others.
  33. Estonia: Weapons Act of June 13 2001.
  34. Finland: Firearms Act and Decree, 1 March 1998 and its amendments (2003)
  35. Finland: Act on the Export and Transit of Defense Materiel
  36. Iceland: Weapons Act No. 16, 25 March 1998
  37. Iceland: National Report on the Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eridicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All its Aspects and the International Tracing Instrument.
  38. The Worldwide Gun Owner's Guide by Larry Grupp; Bloomfield Press March 14, 2011.

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