From the internet:the NRA has now come out against bills requiring parents to lock their guns up in a safe,
The NRA does not oppose new technological developments in firearms," the group writes on its website. "We are opposed to government mandates that require the use of expensive, unreliable features, such as grips that would read your fingerprints before the gun will fire."
Almost as soon as smart gun technology was introduced, the National Rifle Association (NRA) moved in quickly with a dissenting voice. In fact, in 2000, the NRA nearly boycotted Smith &Wesson into ruin for developing a smart gun.
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