Originally Posted by a1c
I actually doubt that. Most, if not all guns are registered in Sweden. Not in the US. There are millions and millions of unregistered shotguns, rifles, pistols and BP firearms that are not registered and therefore uncountable. Those statistics are therefore skewed.
I am convinced there are far more guns per capita in the US than in Sweden. But that doesn't change anything anyway. This Swedish tragedy was an outlier, an anomaly. It can't be used by either side to make a point.
Actually, you're right. I meant to say Sweden has more registered machine guns per capita than the U.S.
P.S. I didnt Sweden had the mass shooting, that was Norway.