Smart guns that verify users with fingerprint readers or radio frequency identification could hit the US market this year. LodeStar Works and SmartGunz are making a push into the industry.
I won't touch my phone until I'm dry and fully dressed. I don't want the chance of mistakingly taking a picture of myself and ending up on a Facebook porn site. I don't want to be famous..How many of us that have the thumb print locks on our phones can get into them right out of the shower?
New Jersey State Senator Joseph A. Palaia, a member of the Republican Party from Monmouth County was a primary sponsor of the legislationThe amended bill specifies that three years after it is determined that personalized handguns are available for retail purposes, it will be illegal for any registered or licensed firearms manufacturer or dealer to transport, sell, expose for sale, possess for sale, assign or transfer any handgun unless that handgun is a personalized handgun.
In November 2014, the Attorney General opined that the existing smart guns do not meet the requirements of the law.New Jersey law requires the attorney general to report on the availability of personal handgun technology, and that law hasn't been complied with for 10 years. It's particularly important now because there's evidence that personalized handguns have been available for sale in at least two locations.