Yes, and over 100 are killed every day in automobile accidents - many of those the result of other people's malice or neglect. And just for fun, tally up the strangulations, beatings, stabbings, blunt object killings, deaths-by-arson, and other non-firearm-weapon deaths and you'll get close to the number of handgun deaths. Do the same math in places where guns used to be available but no longer are, and the numbers jump shockingly. Do the math in places where people are allowed to carry, and the numbers go down significantly.
You conveniently fail to do any math or cite any sources, because you are wrong. I'm not advocating gun control, but it's a more complex issue than you want to seem to admit.