The United States has 120.5 guns for every 100 people, or about 393,347,000 firearms, which means that 45.88% of the world’s civilian guns are held by 4.32% of the world’s population. Collectively, the citizens of the other 229 countries listed below own about 464,049,100 guns. Though the data is from 2017, it is the most current available.
Small Arms Survey, “Estimating Global Civilian-Held Firearms Numbers,” smallarmssurvey.org, June 2018.
Population percentages are based on a 2017 global population estimate of 7,550,262,101 provided by worldometers.info
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