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NJ: Senator Looking to Restart ‘Smart Gun’ Efforts in State
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertparkpress.com

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Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg heads to Washington for the day Thursday, waiting to kick-start a 15-year quest to require personalized “smart guns” on the shelves of New Jersey gun retailers. Such guns would have technology keeping them from being fired by anyone other than the registered owner or, as envisioned in the case of police officers, the officers and their partners. Current New Jersey law requires them to be exclusively sold in New Jersey once they’re viable – which may be unintentionally undercutting their path to the marketplace.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (8/2/2017)
As an option, yes. As a mandate, hell NO.

Such a mandate facially violates the Second Amendment right to arms, because according to the Supreme Court (US v Miller, 1939), arms that are "in common use" that have "some reasonable relationship to the preservation or efficiency of a well regulated militia" and/or are "any part of the ordinary military equipment" are within the ambit of the Second Amendment, and ARE PROTECTED.

It doesn't get any plainer than that.
 

Comment by: jac (8/2/2017)
Pass a law requiring law enforcement to switch to smart guns in 5 years. That will promote smart gun technology.

If smart guns are so great, law enforcement should be the first to have to use them.
 

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