This table was produced by the
Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade
For other tables in this series, see "Canadian Small Arms Exports to the Middle East/North Africa"
See also, COAT's list of key "Canadian Munitions Firms Exporting to Middle East/North Africa"
For a wider range of exports see COAT's "Canadian Military Exports to the Middle East/North Africa."
See "Source Notes" below, regarding the incompleteness of this data.
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|Value ($US)||Weight (kg)||Units|
|1996||Parts & Accessories||3,855||
|1996||Small Arms Ammunition||566,362||
|2002||Small Arms Ammunition||450,521||37,592||
|2003||Parts & Accessories||9,012||78||
|2004||Parts & Accessories||11,367||57||
|2004||Parts & Accessories||867||6||
|2004||Small Arms Ammunition||5,636||329||
|2006||Parts & Accessories||9,138||46||
|2006||Parts & Accessories||4,775||35||
|2006||Small Arms Ammunition||63,135||3,688||
|2009||Small Arms Ammunition||104,695||3,051||
Definitions: "In general...small arms and light weapons means anything that can be carried up a hill by two adults, or transported on the back of a jeep, and specifically includes the following categories of weapons:
small arms – revolvers and self-loading pistols, rifles and carbines, assault rifles, sub-machine guns, and light machine guns; and
light weapons – heavy machine guns, hand-held under barrel and mounted grenade launchers, portable anti-tank and anti-aircraft guns, recoilless rifles, portable launchers of anti-tank and anti-aircraft systems, and mortars of less than 100mm calibre."
Haug, M et al.: "Shining a Light on Small Arms Exports: The Record of State Transparency", Small Arms Survey (2002)