This 'Smart Gun' Shatters Anti-2nd Amendment Leftists
Personalized smart guns, which only verified users can fire, are predicted to become available to U.S. consumers. After two decades of questions about reliability and concerns, they will usher in a new wave of government regulation.
On Friday, four-year-old LodeStar Works unveiled its 9mm smart handgun for shareholders and investors in Boise, Idaho. And a Kansas company, SmartGunz LLC, reports law enforcement agents are beta testing its product, a similar but simpler model.