11 Aug , 2014

Push for police to use so-called “smart” guns

Given problems with reliability and that the gun is now just available as a 22 caliber, police will likely have to be forced to use this gun. One reason for the low caliber is that the shock from the recoil in the higher caliber guns could damage the electronics. But the decision for police to use this gun may be a political decision, not one based on what is best for the safety of the officers.…

21 Feb , 2014

CPRC on Coast to Coast AM to discuss US Senator Markey’s bill mandating people can only own so-called “Smart guns”

The news interview with George Noory on the new proposed law by Senator Markey is available here (Coast-to-Coast AM, Friday, February 21, 1:06 to 1:09 AM EST).

For those interested, information on the unreliability of these so-called “smart guns” is available here.

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20 Feb , 2014

CPRC on the Voice of Russia on why so-called “Smart guns” aren’t so smart

With the price of so-called “smart guns” running at $1,399 plus $399 for the watch that is required to make it work, this represents a dramatic increase in the price of guns and dramatically reduce gun ownership if mandated. The bigger problem is the question of reliability. Yet, Senator Edward Markey from Massachusetts is pushing a new bill to mandate that all new guns be these “smart guns.”
The audio of the interview on Voice of Russia is available here (Wednesday, February 19, 2014).…

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