In this Feb. 7, 2011 file photo a man passes a poster against the initiative on restricting access to firearms in Bern, Switzerland. Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to tighten the Alpine nation's liberal firearms laws. First official results Sunday Feb. 13, 2011, show at least 14 of Switzerland's 26 cantons (states) voted against the proposal to ban army rifles from homes and impose new requirements for buying other guns. (AP Photo/Keystone/Peter Klaunzer,File)
In this Feb. 7, 2011 file photo a man passes a poster against the initiative on restricting access to firearms in Bern, Switzerland. Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to tighten the Alpine nation's liberal firearms laws. First official results Sunday Feb. 13, 2011, show at least 14 of Switzerland's 26 cantons (states) voted against the proposal to ban army rifles from homes and impose new requirements for buying other guns. (AP Photo/Keystone/Peter Klaunzer,File)
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GENEVA — Neutral Switzerland is among the best-armed nations in the world, with more guns per capita than almost any other country except the United States, Finland and Yemen.

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