Number 60, November 30, 1999
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When Assault Weapons Are Outlawed, Only Nomads Will Have Hunting Rifles
Tuesday November 23 7:04 AM ET
Nomads Offered Hunting Rifles for Assault Guns
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran is offering hunting rifles to nomads in exchange for assault weapons in a bid to enforce gun control through the country, a newspaper said on Sunday.
Nomads have traditionally carried guns and have played significant roles in social upheavals in Iran.
Kahyan newspaper quoted a revolutionary guards commander in the heavily nomadic southern province of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiyari as saying about 30,000 assault rifles had been handed in so far in exchange for hunting guns.
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