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List of countries by firearm-related death rate

This is a historical list of countries by firearm-related death rate per 100,000 population in one year.

The following list includes suicides, accidental fatalities, and justifiable homicides.

Not included are suicides by other means, homicides by other means, accidental deaths by other means, and/or justifiable deaths by other means.

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Firearm-related death rate per 100,000 population per year
Country Total Method of Calculation Homicides Suicides Unintentional Undetermined Sources and notes Guns per 100 inhabitants Firearm-related deaths per gun per year
  Argentina 6.36 (2009) 2.58 (2012) 1.57 (2009) 0.05 (2009) 2.57 (2009) Guns in Argentina[1][2] 10.2 0.00062353
  Australia 0.93 (2013) 0.16 (2013) 0.74 (2013) 0.02 (2013) 0.02 (2013) Guns in Australia[3] 21.7 0.00004286
  Austria 2.63 (2011) 0.10 (2011) 2.43 (2011) 0.01 (2009) 0.04 (2011) Guns in Austria[4] 30.4 0.00008651
  Azerbaijan 0.30 (incomplete) 0.27 (2010) 0.01 (2007) 0.02 (2007) unavailable Guns in Azerbaijan[5] 3.5 0.00008571
  Barbados 3.12 (incomplete) 3.12 (2013) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Barbados[6] 7.8 0.00040000
  Belarus 0.23 (incomplete) 0.14 (2009) unavailable 0.09 (1996) unavailable Guns in Belarus[7] 7.3 0.00003151
  Belgium 1.82 (2010) 0.33 (2010) 1.33 (2010) 0.02 (2010) 0.14 (2010) Guns in Belgium[8] 17.2 0.00010581
  Bolivia 0.74 (incomplete) 0.74 (2010) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Bolivia[9] 2.8 0.00026429
  Brazil 21.2 (2014) 19.99 (2014) 0.45 (2014) 0.18 (2014) 0.59 (2014) Mapa da Violência 2016[10] 8 0.00265000
  Bulgaria 1.71 (2012) 0.34 (2012) 0.97 (2012) 0.23 (2012) 0.10 (2012) Guns in Bulgaria[11] 6.2 0.00027581
  Canada 1.97 (mixed years) 0.38 (2013) 1.52 (2011) 0.05 (2011) 0.02 (2011) Statistics Canada [12] 30.8 0.00006396
  Chile 1.95 (mixed years) 1.02 (2011) 0.81 (2009) 0.08 (2009) 0.04 (2001) Guns in Chile[13] 10.7 0.00018224
  Colombia 25.94 (mixed years) 23.93 (2013) 0.87 (2009) 0.11 (2009) 1.03 (2009) Guns in Colombia[14] 5.9 0.00439661
  Costa Rica 7.50 (mixed years) 5.92 (2013) 1.27 (2002) 0.07 (2002) 0.24 (2000) Guns in Costa Rica[15] 9.9 0.00075758
  Croatia 2.68 (2012) 0.40 (2012) 2.37 (2012) 0.05 (2012) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Croatia[16] 21.7 0.00012350
  Cyprus 1.87 (mixed years) 1.05 (2012) 0.58 (2011) 0.12 (2009) 0.12 (2010) Guns in Cyprus[17] 36.4 0.00005137
  Czech Republic 2.01 (2012) 0.15 (2012) 1.66 (2012) 0.09 (2012) 0.13 (2012) Guns in Czech Republic[18] 16.3 0.00012331
  Denmark 1.28 (2011) 0.22 (2011) 1.09 (2011) 0.04 (2008) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Denmark[19] 12 0.00010667
  El Salvador 45.6 (2011) 26.49 (2013) 0.13 (2009) 0.15 (1999) unavailable Guns in El Salvador[20] 5.8 0.00786207
  Estonia 2.67 (2012) 0.15 (2012) 2.11 (2012) 0.15 (2011) 0.30 (2012) Guns in Estonia[21] 9.2 0.00029022
  Finland 3.25 (2013) 0.32 (2012) 2.94 (2013) 0.02 (2011) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Finland[22][23] 27.5 0.00011818
  France 2.83 (2012) 0.21 (2012) 2.16 (2012) 0.04 (2012) 0.41 (2012) Guns in France[24] 31.2 0.00009071
  Georgia 1.98 (mixed years) 0.49 (2010) 0.09 (2009) 1.00 (2009) 0.40 (2010) Guns in Georgia[25] 7.3 0.00027123
  Germany 1.01 (2012) 0.07 (2012) 0.84 (2012) 0.01 (2012) 0.08 (2012) Guns in Germany[26] 30.3 0.00003333
  Greece 1.52 (2011) 0.53 (2011) 0.86 (2011) 0.06 (2011) 0.00 (1998) Guns in Greece[27] 22.5 0.00006756
  Guatemala 34.10 (mixed years) 29.62 (2013) 0.34 (2009) 1.33 (2009) 2.81 (2009) Guns in Guatemala[28] 13.1 0.00260305
  Honduras 67.18 (incomplete) 66.64 (2013) 0.41 (2013) 0.13 (2013) unavailable Guns in Honduras[29] 6.2 0.01083548
  Hong Kong 0.03 (mixed years) 0.00 (2004) 0.03 (1999) 0.00 (1996) 0.00 (1996) Guns in Hong Kong[30] ?
  Hungary 0.95 (2012) 0.11 (2012) 0.81 (2012) 0.02 (2012) 0.02 (2012) Guns in Hungary[31] 5.5 0.00017273
  Iceland 1.25 (incomplete) 0.00 (2012) 1.25 (2009) unavailable unavailable Guns in Iceland[32] 30.3 0.00004125
  India 0.28 (2014) 0.30 (2009) 0.14 (2008) 0.04 (2008) unavailable Guns in India[33][34] 4.2 0.00006667
  Ireland 0.8 (2012) 0.25 (2012) 0.28 (2012) 0.08 (2012) unavailable Guns in Ireland[35] 3.89 0.00020566
  Israel 2.09 (2011) 1.04 (2011) 0.67 (2011) 0.05 (2011) 0.26 (2011) Guns in Israel[36] 7.3 0.00028630
  Italy 1.31 (2010) 0.35 (2010) 0.87 (2010) 0.09 (2010) 0.02 (2010) Guns in Italy[37] 11.9 0.00011008
  Jamaica 30.72 (incomplete) 30.38 (2013) 0.34 (1995) unavailable unavailable Guns in Jamaica[38] 8.1 0.00379259
  Japan 0.06 (mixed years) 0.00 (2008) 0.04 (1999) 0.01 (1999) 0.01 (1999) Guns in Japan[39] 0.6 0.00010000
  Kuwait 0.36 (mixed years) 0.36 (1995) 0.00 (1999) 0.00 (2000) 0.00 (2000) Guns in Kuwait[40] 24.8 0.00001452
  Kyrgyzstan 1.01 (2010) 0.53 (2010) 0.07 (2010) 0.28 (2010) 0.13 (2010) Guns in Kyrgyzstan[41] 0.9 0.00112222
  Latvia 1.43 (2010) 0.18 (2010) 0.94 (2010) 0.04 (2010) 0.27 (2010) Guns in Latvia[42] 19 0.00007526
  Luxembourg 1.19 (2011) 0.00 (2011) 1.16 (2011) 0.22 (2004) 0.39 (2010) Guns in Luxembourg[43] 15.3 0.00007778
  Macedonia 1.69 (mixed years) 0.91 (2011) 0.63 (2010) 0.15 (2010) 0.00 (1997) Guns in Macedonia[44] ?
  Mexico 7.64 (mixed years) 6.34 (2015) 0.44 (2014) 0.40 (2014) 0.46 (2014) Guns in Mexico[45] 15 0.00050933
  Moldova 1.03 (2011) 0.45 (2011) 0.42 (2011) 0.08 (2011) 0.08 (2011) Guns in Moldova[46] 7.1 0.00014507
  Montenegro 8.91 (incomplete) 2.42 (2011) 6.49 (2009) unavailable unavailable Guns in Montenegro[47] 23.1 0.00038571
  Netherlands 0.58 (2011) 0.29 (2011) 0.28 (2011) 0.01 (2010) 0.01 (2010) Guns in Netherlands[48] 3.9 0.00014872
  New Zealand 1.07 (mixed years) 0.11 (2014) 0.84 (2011) 0.05 (2010) 0.00 (2010) Guns in New Zealand[49][50] 30 0.00003567
  Nicaragua 4.68 (mixed years) 3.72 (2012) 0.34 (2010) 0.16 (2010) 0.46 (2010) Guns in Nicaragua[51] 7.7 0.00060779
  Norway 1.75 (2012) 0.10 (2012) 1.63 (2012) 0.02 (2012) 0.00 (2008) Guns in Norway[52] 31.3 0.00005591
  Panama 15.11 (mixed years) 14.36 (2013) 0.57 (2009) 0.06 (2002) 0.12 (2009) Guns in Panama[53] 21.7 0.00069631
  Paraguay 7.76 (mixed years) 5.78 (2013) 1.16 (2009) 0.30 (2009) 0.52 (2009) Guns in Paraguay[54] 17 0.00045647
  Peru 5.53 (mixed years) 4.22 (2013) 0.07 (2009) 0.93 (2007) 0.31 (2007) Guns in Peru[55] 18.8 0.00029415
  Philippines 8.90 (incomplete) 8.90 (2003) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Philippines[56] 4.7 0.00189362
  Poland 0.26 (2011) 0.04 (2011) 0.09 (2011) 0.03 (2011) 0.10 (2011) Guns in Poland[57] 1.3 0.00020000
  Portugal 1.58 (mixed years) 0.42 (2012) 1.01 (2011) 0.03 (2011) 0.12 (2011) Guns in Portugal[58] 8.5 0.00018588
  Qatar 0.15 (incomplete) 0.15 (2004) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Qatar[59] 19.2 0.00000781
  Romania 0.14 (mixed years) 0.04 (2012) 0.06 (2011) 0.04 (2011) 0.00 (2011) Guns in Romania[60] 0.7 0.00020000
  Serbia 3.49 (2012) 0.61 (2012) 2.49 (2012) 0.14 (2012) 0.29 (2012) Guns in Serbia[61] 75.6 0.00004616
  Singapore 0.16 (mixed years) 0.02 (2006) 0.12 (1998) 0.02 (1998) 0.00 (1998) Guns in Singapore[62] 0.5 0.00032000
  Slovakia 1.83 (mixed years) 0.26 (2012) 0.94 (2010) 0.39 (2010) 0.24 (2010) Guns in Slovakia[63] 8.3 0.00022048
  Slovenia 2.64 (mixed years) 0.20 (2012) 2.34 (2010) 0.05 (2009) 0.05 (2010) Guns in Slovenia[64] 13.5 0.00019556
  South Africa 8.3 (2010) 8.2 (2010) 0.1 (2010) 0.02 (1999) 0.11 (1999) Guns in South Africa[65] 12.7 0.00065354
  South Korea 0.08 (mixed years) 0.02 (2011) 0.04 (2002) 0.01 (2002) 0.01 (2002) Guns in South Korea[66] 1.1 0.00007273
  Spain 0.62 (mixed years) 0.15 (2010) 0.42 (2010) 0.05 (2010) 0.00 (2007) Guns in Spain[67] 10.4 0.00005962
  Swaziland 37.16 (incomplete) 37.16 (2004) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Swaziland[68] 6.4 0.00580625
  Sweden 1.47 (2010) 0.19 (2010) 1.20 (2010) 0.06 (2010) 0.01 (2010) Guns in Sweden[69] 31.6 0.00004652
   Switzerland 3.01 (mixed years) 0.21 (2015) 2.74 (2013) 0.04 (2013) 0.09 (2013) Gun laws in Switzerland[70] 24.45 0.00012311
  Taiwan 0.87 (mixed years) 0.60 (2008) 0.12 (1994) 0.11 (1994) 0.04 (1994) Guns in Taiwan[71] ?
  Turkey 1.95 (mixed years) 1.03 (2016) 0.81 (2013) 0.11 (2016) 0.01 (2016) Mixed sources [72][73][74] ?
  Ukraine 0.24 (incomplete) 0.24 (2009) unavailable unavailable unavailable Guns in Ukraine[75] 6.6 0.00003636
  United Kingdom 0.23 (2011) 0.06 (2011) 0.15 (2011) 0.00 (2011) 0.02 (2011) Guns in the United Kingdom[76] 6.6 0.00003485
  United States 10.54 (2014) 3.60 (2014) 6.30 (2014) 0.18 (2014) 0.08 (2014) Guns in United States[77] 101.05 0.00009361
  Uruguay 11.52 (mixed years) 4.78 (2013) 4.68 (2009) 2.00 (2009) 0.06 (2009) Guns in Uruguay[78] 31.8 0.00036226
  Venezuela 59.13 (mixed years) 39.00 (2009) 0.48 (2007) 0.17 (2007) 19.48 (2007) Guns in Venezuela[79] 10.7 0.00552617
  Zimbabwe 0.39 (mixed years) 0.3 (2007) 0.09 (1995) unavailable unavailable Guns in Zimbabwe[80] 4.6 0.00008478
Country Total Method of Calculation Homicides Suicides Unintentional Undetermined Sources and notes Guns per 100 hab firearm-related deaths per gun per year

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See alsoEdit

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