smart gun


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smart gun

Public health A firearm that can only be used after a PIN–personal identification number–is keyed in to release the trigger. See Safe weapon.
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Opponents of smart guns say that they aren't fully reliable.
Gun owners overwhelmingly (84 percent) believed a smart gun would not be reliable, while a clear majority (60 percent) of non-gun owners also believed they would not be reliable.
Gun owners overwhelmingly (84%) believed a smart gun would not be reliable, while a clear majority (60%) of non-gun owners also believed they would not be reliable.
The US Army has released the video of futuristic XM-25 smart gun being fired in trials.
12 editorial "Two smart gun proposals" represents the editors' true feelings, then they should do a little independent research and some critical thinking on the subject.
A smart gun, which is computer coded so it cannot be fired by anyone other than the registered user (this technology, under development by Sandia Labs, links the gun's trigger mechanism to a bracelet or ring worn by the officer);
As with most problems, the solution here begins with education, so smart gun show promoters are making an effort to make sure that everyone selling at their shows understands the basics of the laws.
th], The Washington Technology Industry Association and Washington Ceasefire are joining forces in order to explore the question: " Can new smart gun technology significantly reduce gun violence in America?
With smart gun technology, that never would have happened,'' Mr.
If it should come to pass that I get killed trying to defend myself because I couldn't get my trigger-locked, safety-tested, personalized smart gun from my state approved gun-safe in time, can my family sue the violence policy center and Handgun Control Inc.