The operator clearly confirms he intends to fire “two rounds.” He fires one shot.
“You can’t stop something like this if someone’s on the streets buying something from somebody else on the streets.”–Joe Biden, following Texas hostage standoff.
The point is to further limit the availability of firearms to California citizens by drying up their sources of supply.
Government mandates on “safe” storage and “smart” guns are not just anathema to those who cherish individual liberty but are policies ill-conceived, and potentially deadly.
As with firearms in particular, technology in general is neither good nor bad in itself. It’s up to the user to determine the moral character of the object.
The misnomer phrase “common sense gun safety” includes misguided and ineffective policies such as requiring so-called “smart gun” technology despite the slew of unanswered questions…
This is the guy whose self-defense acumen includes advising us to fire shotguns through doors, or off of balconies into the darkness.
On June 13, 2019, the Assembly Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the new bills, including A1016 (“smart guns”).
A newly released survey shows gun owners aren’t opposed to the idea of authorized user technology in firearms. But only 5 percent would be very likely to purchase one.
With less than $50 in parts, hacker Plore cracked the smart gun technology of the Armatix iP1 three separate ways, including using magnets.
According to an article in Wired magazine, the $1,800 .22 LR pistol that made such a splash with gun controllers upon its debut is easily hacked.
State Senator Loretta Weinberg’s law has had the effect of stopping any technological progress in the area of “smart guns.”
On Wednesday, a report revealed that gun maker Armatix plans to bring the 9mm, Armatix IP9 Smart Handgun , to the U.S. market in 2017.
As part of his executive gun-control fixes, President Obama has endorsed so-called “smart” gun technology…
The National Rifle Association applauds Gov. Chris Christie for leading New Jersey into the mainstream of constitutional thinking…
By making New Jersey’s draconian and insane guns laws a central issue in local, State, and National news, Governor Christie fought back against the insane conditions New Jersey gun owners live under..
Gov. Christie issued conditional vetoes which return the bills back to the Legislature with suggested language, which if adopted, would drastically improve a pair of draconian gun laws.
Antigun ideologues don’t suggest that police and the military adopt smart gun technology in the weapons they use. Why is that?
On Monday, June 27, the anti-gun Legislature in Trenton forged ahead with more gun control.
Smart guns will never find their way into the hands of bodyguards who protect the very same hypocrites who want to force this gimmickery upon the rest of us…