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There are 90 guns for every 100 Americans, making the U.S. the most heavily armed country in the world, a new report released Monday says.
The "report" does not say what percentage of USians are possibly undereducated, sociopathic, or submoronic.
("Armed and dangerous" was unavailable.)
On a per-capita basis, Yemen had the second most heavily armed citizenry behind the U.S., with 61 guns per 100 people, followed by Finland with 56, Switzerland with 46, Iraq with 39 and Serbia with 38.Isn't Iraq more like 1,783 guns per Iraqi?
France, Canada, Sweden, Austria and Germany were next, each with about 30 guns per 100 people, while many poorer countries often associated with violence ranked much lower. Nigeria, for instance, had just one gun per 100 people.
The study also found that civilians are acquiring greater numbers of increasingly powerful guns, and that this trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.