Namibians own 396 000 firearms
Namibia has 396 000 privately owned guns in circulation, which, when compared to its small population, far outweighs per capita firearm possession in other African countries.
At 15.4 guns per 100 people, Namibia has the second highest per capita civil possession of firearms in Africa.
Weapons watchdog the Small Arms Survey has released its latest report on gun ownership around the world, which indicates that of the close to 400 000 guns owned by civilians in Namibia, 195 990 are illegal and 200 010 are legal firearms.
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