The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday released a report that found that the average American owns about 10 firearms per household.
But the numbers are skewed by an estimated 13.3 million firearms in the hands of illegal aliens.
That number, however, does not include the firearms in lawful possession of Americans, or the firearms that are owned by their spouses and family members.
The report estimates that the firearms sold in the U.s. last year were sold for an average of $3,000 each.
The firearms sold by U.’s legal gun owners in 2016 were sold at a rate of $4,400 per gun.
That is a huge disparity.
It is also a reflection of how easy it is to buy guns, and how easy they are to obtain.
In fact, the report found that “gun-related homicides accounted for only 5.2 percent of the nation’s total homicides in 2016.”
But the report estimated that that percentage was 10 times higher because of the sheer number of people who purchased firearms from gun sellers.
That’s a total of 2.9 million guns.
The DOJ also estimates that “guns purchased by non-U.S.-based aliens accounted for 6.9 percent of total homicides.”
That is much higher, but still not the majority of the guns that were used in the murders in 2016.
The report estimates the number of guns that non-citizens have used in homicides was between 2 and 9.6 million.
The study also found that gun-related deaths by noncitizens have more than tripled since 2010, when the last time the DOJ released such statistics.
The numbers were so out of whack, however that the numbers could not be directly compared with 2016 because of a lack of data.
In 2016, the FBI reported that there were 959,000 gun-associated deaths.
In 2017, that number rose to 1,971,000, and it is expected to rise again this year.