List of countries by firearm-related death rate

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

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

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

List[edit]

Firearm-related death rate per 100,000 population per year
Country Year Total Homicide Suicide Unintentional Undetermined Guns per 100 inhabitants Sources and notes Legal in country
 Argentina 2014 6.93 3.07 1.20 0.08 2.57 8.8 (2010)
 Australia 2016 1.04 0.18 0.8 0.02 0.01 13.70 Guns in Australia[2]
 Austria 2014 2.9 0.12 2.69 0.02 0.09 30.4 (2007?) Guns in Austria[3]
 Azerbaijan 2007 0.07 0.27 (2010) 0.01 0.02 ? 3.5 Guns in Azerbaijan[4]
 Barbados 2011 6.6 3.12 (2013) ? 0.35 4.88 3.5 (2007) Guns in Barbados[5]
 Belarus mixed years ? 0.14 (2009) ? ? ? 7.3 (2007) Guns in Belarus[6]
 Belgium 2013 1.24 0.14 1.03 0.01 0.05 6.86 (2015) Guns in Belgium[7]
 Bolivia mixed years ? 0.74 (2010) ? ? ? 2.5 (2012) Guns in Bolivia[8]
 Brazil 2012 21.9 20.7 0.5 0.1 0.5 8.6 Guns in Brazil[9]
 Bulgaria 2013 1.73 0.34 1.0 0.23 0.15 6.2-19.4 (2007, 2006) Guns in Bulgaria[10]
 Canada 2011 2.05 0.61[11] (2016) 1.52 0.05 0.02 25.33 Statistics Canada,

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 Chile 2011 2.4 1.02 0.7 0.07 0.04 (2001) 10.2 (2010) GunPolicy.org[13]
 Colombia 2015 18.65 17.74 0.59 0.04 0.29 6.9 (2012) GunPolicy.org[14]
 Costa Rica 2012 6.3 5.63 1.1 0.04 0.09 8.6 GunPolicy.org[15]
 Croatia 2014 2.35 0.24 2.17 0.07 0.02 (2010) 8.3-21.7 (2006, 2007) GunPolicy.org[16]
 Cuba 2011 0.5 0.20 (2013) 0.3 0.05 0.01 2 Guns in Cuba[17]
 Cyprus mixed years 1.87 1.05 (2012) 0.58 (2011) 0.12 (2009) 0.12 (2010) 36.4 Guns in Cyprus[18]
 Czech Republic 2012 2.01 0.15 1.66 0.09 0.13 16.3 Guns in Czech Republic[19]
 Denmark 2011 1.28 0.22 1.09 0.04 (2008) 0.02 (2010) 12 Guns in Denmark[20]
 El Salvador 2011 45.6 26.49 (2013) 0.13 (2009) 0.15 (1999) unavailable 5.8 Guns in El Salvador[21]
 Estonia 2012 2.67 0.15 2.11 0.15 (2011) 0.30 9.2 Guns in Estonia[22]
 Finland 2013 3.25 0.32 (2012) 2.94 0.02 (2011) 0.02 (2010) 27.5 Guns in Finland[23][24]
 France 2012 2.83 0.21 2.16 0.04 0.41 14.96 Guns in France[25]
 Georgia mixed years 1.98 0.49 (2010) 0.09 (2009) 1.00 (2009) 0.40 (2010) 7.3 Guns in Georgia[26]
 Germany 2012 1.01 0.07 0.84 0.01 0.08 30.3 Guns in Germany[27]
 Greece 2011 1.52 0.53 0.86 0.06 0.00 (1998) 22.5 Guns in Greece[28]
 Guatemala mixed years 34.10 29.62 (2013) 0.34 (2009) 1.33 (2009) 2.81 (2009) 13.1 Guns in Guatemala[29]
 Honduras mixed years 60.00 (2015) 66.64 (2013) 0.41 (2013) 0.13 (2013) ? 9.9–11.24 (mixed years) Guns in Honduras[30]
 Hong Kong mixed years 0.03 0.00 (2004) 0.03 (1999) 0.00 (1996) 0.00 (1996) ? Guns in Hong Kong[31]
 Hungary 2012 0.95 0.11 0.81 0.02 0.02 5.5 Guns in Hungary[32]
 Iceland 2016 0.07 0.00 (2012) 1.25 (2009) ? ? 30.3 Guns in Iceland[33]
 India 2014 0.28 0.30 (2009) 0.14 (2008) 0.04 (2008) ? 4.2 Guns in India[34][35]
 Ireland 2012 0.8 0.25 0.28 0.08 unavailable 3.89 Guns in Ireland[36]
 Israel 2011 2.09 1.04 0.67 0.05 0.26 7.3 Guns in Israel[37]
 Italy 2010 1.31 0.35 0.87 0.09 0.02 11.9 Guns in Italy[38]
 Jamaica ? 30.72 30.38 (2013) 0.34 (1995) ? ? 8.1 Guns in Jamaica[39]
 Japan mixed years 0.06 0.00 (2008) 0.04 (1999) 0.01 (1999) 0.01 (1999) 0.6 Guns in Japan[40]
 Kuwait mixed years 0.36 0.36 (1995) 0.00 (1999) 0.00 (2000) 0.00 (2000) 24.8 Guns in Kuwait[41]
 Kyrgyzstan 2010 1.01 0.53 0.07 0.28 0.13 0.9 Guns in Kyrgyzstan[42]
 Latvia 2010 1.43 0.18 0.94 0.04 0.27 19 Guns in Latvia[43]
 Luxembourg 2011 1.19 0.00 1.16 0.22 (2004) 0.39 (2010) 15.3 Guns in Luxembourg[44]
 Macedonia mixed years 1.69 0.91 (2011) 0.63 (2010) 0.15 (2010) 0.00 (1997) ? Guns in Macedonia[45]
 Mexico Mixed Years 7.64 6.34 (2015) 0.44 0.40 0.46 15 Guns in Mexico[46]
 Moldova 2011 1.03 0.45 0.42 0.08 0.08 7.1 Guns in Moldova[47]
 Montenegro ? 8.91 2.42 (2011) 6.49 (2009) ? ? 23.1 Guns in Montenegro[48]
 Netherlands 2011 0.58 0.29 0.28 0.01 (2010) 0.01 (2010) 3.9 Guns in Netherlands[49]
 New Zealand mixed years 1.07 0.11 (2014) 0.84 (2011) 0.05 (2010) 0.00 (2010) 30 Guns in New Zealand[50][51]
 Nicaragua mixed years 4.68 3.72 (2012) 0.34 (2010) 0.16 (2010) 0.46 (2010) 7.7 Guns in Nicaragua[52]
 Norway 2012 1.75 0.10 1.63 0.02 0.00 (2008) 31.3 Guns in Norway[53]
 Panama mixed years 15.11 14.36 (2013) 0.57 (2009) 0.06 (2002) 0.12 (2009) 21.7 Guns in Panama[54]
 Paraguay mixed years 7.76 5.78 (2013) 1.16 (2009) 0.30 (2009) 0.52 (2009) 17 Guns in Paraguay[55]
 Peru mixed years 5.53 4.22 (2013) 0.07 (2009) 0.93 (2007) 0.31 (2007) 18.8 Guns in Peru[56]
 Philippines ? 8.90 8.90 (2003) ? ? ? 4.7 Guns in Philippines[57]
 Poland 2011 0.26 0.04 0.09 0.03 0.10 1.3 Guns in Poland[58]
 Portugal mixed years 1.58 0.42 (2012) 1.01 (2011) 0.03 (2011) 0.12 (2011) 8.5 Guns in Portugal[59]
 Qatar ? 0.15 0.15 (2004) ? ? ? 19.2 Guns in Qatar[60]
 Romania mixed years 0.14 0.04 (2012) 0.06 (2011) 0.04 (2011) 0.00 (2011) 0.7 Guns in Romania[61]
 Serbia 2012 3.49 0.61 2.49 0.14 0.29 37.82 Guns in Serbia[62]
 Singapore mixed years 0.025 0.005 (1994-) 0.0165 (1994-) 0.003 (1994-) 0.00 (1994-) 0.5 Guns in Singapore[63]
 Slovakia mixed years 1.83 0.26 (2012) 0.94 (2010) 0.39 (2010) 0.24 (2010) 8.3 Guns in Slovakia[64]
 Slovenia mixed years 2.64 0.20 (2012) 2.34 (2010) 0.05 (2009) 0.05 (2010) 13.5 Guns in Slovenia[65]
 South Africa 2010 8.3 8.2 0.1 0.02 (1999) 0.11 (1999) 12.7 Guns in South Africa[66]
 South Korea mixed years 0.08 0.02 (2011) 0.04 (2002) 0.01 (2002) 0.01 (2002) 1.1 Guns in South Korea[67]
 Spain mixed years 0.62 0.15 (2010) 0.42 (2010) 0.05 (2010) 0.00 (2007) 10.4 Guns in Spain[68]
 Swaziland ? 37.16 37.16 (2004) ? ? ? 6.4 Guns in Swaziland[69]
 Sweden 2010 1.47 0.19 1.20 0.06 0.01 20.83 (2011) Guns in Sweden[70]
  Switzerland 2013 3.01 0.21 (2015) 2.74 0.04 0.09 24.45 (2016) Gun laws in Switzerland[71]
 Taiwan mixed years 0.87 0.60 (2008) 0.12 (1994) 0.11 (1994) 0.04 (1994) ? Guns in Taiwan[72]
 Turkey mixed years 1.95 1.03 (2016) 0.81 (2013) 0.11 (2016) 0.01 (2016) ? Mixed sources [73][74][75]
 Ukraine 2016 1.36 1.36 (2016) ? ? 6.6 Guns in Ukraine[76]
 United Kingdom 2011 0.23 0.06 0.15 0.00 0.02 2.8[77] Guns in the United Kingdom[78]
 United States 2016 11.96 4.62 7.10 0.15 0.09 120.5 Guns in United States[79]
 Uruguay mixed years 11.52 4.78 (2013) 4.68 (2009) 2.00 (2009) 0.06 (2009) 31.8 Guns in Uruguay[80]
 Venezuela mixed years 59.13 39.00 (2009) 0.48 (2007) 0.17 (2007) 19.48 (2007) 10.7 Guns in Venezuela[81]
 Zimbabwe mixed years 0.39 0.3 (2007) 0.09 (1995) unavailable unavailable 4.6 Guns in Zimbabwe[82]
Country Year Total Homicides Suicides Unintentional Undetermined Guns per 100 inhabitants Sources and notes

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See also[edit]

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