Per 100 persons --- there are 120 guns in the United States. In Finland there are about 34 guns per 100 people, and yes even with that gaping distance in ranking, USA ranks number 1 and Finland ranks number 10.
I mean the USA has 393,300,000 firearms in civilian possession.... with just a little over One million registered......and 392,000,000 unregistered.
Whereas Finland has 1.7 million guns in civilian possession with only 250,000 of them unregistered.
Even still, the gun laws of Finland are indeed stricter. So while there is a high rate of gun ownership (still not close to that of the USA) in Finland, they are still regulated and must be registered. There are further restrictions on how they are to be transported.
Now that those arguments are debunked --- what's the next excuse for favoring weapons of death over the value of human life?