This Wikipedia entry, for example is less deceiving. The interactive chart allows you to sort by death rate, country name or whatever. By that standard, we are 13th in the world, between Mexico and Montenegro (really?). The data also shows that the data on the chart above is either outdated, forged, or just plain wrong. Finland is not a 0.57 but at 3.64, and that is a huge difference. In fact, none of the data on the chart above is even nearly correct. All the "wealthy" countries shown, besides the United States, are all over 1.0 in reality (and some much higher).
In other words, it is a made-up bullshit chart from the Bureau of Specious Statistics.
And this is sad, too, as the debate over gun violence is an important one. But if either side resorts to faked-up data, it discredits their own arguments. Sadly, both sides do this.
So what are the safest countries in terms of firearms deaths? Japan, South Korea, Azerbaijan, and Hong Kong.
But of course, even this data on Wikipedia could be suspect - the page could be edited by anyone at will. Moreover, cultural bias in reporting data can skew numbers. For example, if you sort by suicide rate, the US drops way down the list - below the UK even! But it is possible that suicide numbers are skewed due to social issues - embarrassment to family members, for example. Many suicides are reported as "accidental deaths" to spare families pain and to allow them to collect insurance benefits.
But clearly the chart above is just crap. Even the people who created it admit that is based on older data and compared only "wealthy" countries (an interesting metric) and thus generates a biased conclusion.
But of course, since it was posted on Facebook, it must automatically be true, right?