Nobody on the anti-smartgun side is saying “We won’t buy your smartgun until the probability of a…
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RFID tags are subject to failure and jamming and being in the wrong place at the time they’re needed most (for example, I’m wearing the ring and went out to the store, and my roommate’s at home and needs the gun now, not when I finally get home).

The number of deaths by firearm accident is already much lower than other types of accidents, never mind causes of death in general, and has been decreasing monotonically since the 1930s.

The best thing you can do to drive adoption of smart guns is to get NJ to repeal that law mandating that all guns sold in the state be smart guns within three years of a smart gun being for sale anywhere in the US. Until then, it’s an effective gun ban, and we’re not going along.

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