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2 Firearm offenses(1) Antagonistic fights
Fig. 3-2-2-3 shows the number of antagonistic fights amongst Boryokudan and the rate of firearm use (refers to handguns, rifles, machine guns, cannons, hunting guns and other guns which have the function of firing metal bullets, and air guns; hereinafter the same) (the percentage of cases in which firearms were used to total cases of antagonistic fights) over the last 10 years.
Fig. 3-2-2-3 Numbers of antagonistic fights and the rate of firearm use (1999–2008)
Fig. 3-2-2-4 shows the number of firing incidents and persons killed over the last 10 years.
Fig. 3-2-2-4 Number of firing incidents and persons killed (1999–2008)Fig. 3-2-2-5 shows the number of cleared cases with firearm use, handguns and other weapons over the last 10 years.
Fig. 3-2-2-5 Number of cleared cases with firearm use (1999–2008)
Fig. 3-2-2-6 shows the number of handguns seized over the last 10 years.
Fig. 3-2-2-6 Number of handguns seized (1999–2008)
Examining the country in which seized genuine handguns were manufactured revealed that the United States of America was the largest in number with 130, followed by Japan with 95, Belgium with 52, Germany with 27, the Philippines with 25, Russia with 22, and China with 19 (Source: The Criminal Investigation Bureau, National Police Agency).