You know at least one anti that believes to the core that more guns equal more deaths. You might know a handful — or even more. Well, here’s another example of that statement being a flat-out lie.

The Telegraph, a news outlet based in the U.K., has published a map of the world with countries shaded based off how many guns are owned. Undoubtedly, the United States ranks No. 1, owning 112.6 guns per 100 people. Serbia is second and Yemen is third. The data, The Telegraph reports, is from the Small Arms Survey.

However, the U.S. topping the charts in most guns owned did not put America atop the list for firearm-related deaths. In fact, the USA isn’t even in the top 10.

Honduras took the top spot, having 67.18 per 100,000 residents per year killed by firearm, while Venezuela and Swaziland compiled the top-three spots.

As for the U.S., it ranks 11th in gun-related deaths. The Small Arms Survey reports there are 10.54 firearm-related deaths annually per 100,000.

The top 10 for each chart can be seen below.

The 10 Countries With The Most Guns

  1. United States — 112.6 guns per 100 residents
  2. Serbia — 75.6
  3. Yemen — 54.8
  4. Switzerland — 45.7
  5. Cyprus — 36.4
  6. Saudi Arabia — 35
  7. Iraq — 34.2
  8. Uruguay — 31.8
  9. Sweden 31.6
  10. Norway — 31.3

The 10 Countries With The Least Guns

  1. Tunisia — 0.1 guns per 100 residents
  2. Timor-Leste — 0.3
  3. Solomon Islands – 0.4
  4. Ghana — 0.4
  5. Ethiopia — 0.4
  6. Singapore — 0.5
  7. Indonesia — 0.5
  8. Fiji — 0.5
  9. Eritrea — 0.5
  10. Bangladesh — 0.5

The 10 Countries With The Most Gun-Related Deaths

  1. Honduras — 67.18 per 100,000 residents per year
  2. Venezuela — 59.13
  3. Swaziland — 37.16
  4. Guatemala — 34.1
  5. Jamaica — 30.72
  6. El Salvador — 26.77
  7. Colombia — 25.94
  8. Brazil — 21.2
  9. Panama — 15.11
  10. Uruguay — 11.52