The U.K. and the U.C.L.A. have some of the strictest gun laws in the U .
S. and Europe, but the states with the lowest rates of gun deaths and gun deaths per capita have similar gun laws.
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K. has the lowest gun deaths in the world, but it has the second lowest gun death rate in Europe, and the fourth lowest in the developed world.
The United States has some of our strictest laws on gun ownership and access, but its also one of the most violent nations in the Western world, with an average gun homicide rate of 15 per 100,000 people.
That’s the third highest rate in the West after the U s and Australia, according to the Gun Policy Alliance.
The rankings are based on gun laws that have been in effect for at least three years and are reviewed annually.
The law enforcement groups at the Center for American Progress, the Harvard Injury Control Research Center and the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence compiled the list of countries with the most restrictive gun laws based on data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
The most restrictive states were in the Northeast and the Midwest.
The gun laws ranked in the top 10 include laws that prohibit certain types of assault weapons, limits on the amount of ammunition that can be carried, and bans on magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
Some states that had not had the highest rates of firearm deaths in recent years have had more recent restrictions in place, but many of them are now allowing guns in some homes.
California is the state with the highest rate of gun homicide in the country, at 2,632 per 100 million people.
There are no restrictions on how much ammunition can be brought into the home, and there is a state law that allows gun owners to carry guns into bars and restaurants without a permit.
Connecticut has the most gun violence deaths per person per capita in the nation, at 1,908 per 100 000 people.
The state has also had more restrictive gun ownership laws, including a ban on carrying a gun into certain government buildings and a ban in some cases on certain magazines that can hold more, but not all, than 10 bullets.
Oregon, New Mexico and Vermont have the lowest average gun death rates in the United States, with a rate of 1.3 per 100 thousand people.
They also have the fewest gun homicides per capita, with the average of 4.4 per 100 people.
Vermont has the strict least restrictions on gun owners, with gun owners only allowed to carry a concealed weapon if they have a license.
New York is the most liberal state in the union, with most of its laws on guns in place since the 1990s.
There is a ban against carrying weapons in schools, but guns are allowed in certain workplaces.
New Jersey is the least liberal state, with laws on firearms in place until recently.
There have been some changes to some gun laws over the years, including new restrictions for gun sales and gun safety training.
New Mexico is the only state in this group with a gun law that does not require a background check, and a recent court decision temporarily blocked New Mexico from enforcing that law.
Colorado has the fewst gun deaths, with 1.1 per 100000 people per year.
The only state with a higher rate of homicides than New Mexico was Washington, D.C., at 3.3.
The states that have had the few the most restrictions on guns are in the Southeast and West, and are home to many of the largest gun owners.
Alaska is home to some of America’s most gun-friendly cities, with Anchorage and Fairbanks the most firearm-friendly states.
Alaska also has some the lowest violent crime rates in America, with only 2.1 homicides per 100 100, 000 people, but Anchorage has the third-lowest rate.
The other two states with a low rate of violence are Louisiana and Florida.
Louisiana has some violent crime, with 6,903 homicides per year, and Florida has more than 11,000.
Texas has the highest violent crime rate in America at 25.8 per 100 in 2012, but Texas also has one of Americas safest cities, Fort Worth.
The list is ranked based on the gun laws for which there is the strongest data.
The overall ranking is based on a list of the countries with at least five gun laws passed or pending in each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia.
States with strict gun laws are highlighted in red.
States that have some relaxed gun laws include New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, California, Arizona, Illinois, Virginia, Michigan, Colorado, Wisconsin and New Jersey.
Gun laws that are in effect in at least the first two years are shown in blue.
The Gun Law Alliance also has an interactive map that shows the gun ownership rate and the state where gun deaths are most prevalent.
The interactive tool allows users to drill