After the big collection and destruction of firearms in Australia we have some more numbers:
Tasmanian Auditor-General Mike Blake produced a $63,000 report on the impact of the reforms last year.
It showed that in 1994, of 2364 crimes against the person, firearms were used in just 69 cases. In 2004, the level of crime against the person had soared 90 per cent to 4492, and just 56 of those instances involved firearms.
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