Smart Guns Save Lives, but Where Are They?

"Doesn’t it seem odd that your cellphone can be set up to require a PIN or a fingerprint, but there’s no such option for a gun?"

After the 2012 shooting in Aurora, CO, seventeen year old Kai Kloepfe engineered a smart-gun that can only be fired when it recognizes the fingerprint on the trigger. This would save countless lives by keeping children, as well as thieves, from firing guns - an important point in a country where 150,000 guns are stolen annually.

We know that smart guns can save lives, so where are they? Read more HERE to understand why access to smart guns is so difficult and why there is so much opposition to making a safer gun.


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