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30 October 2006

CBS News (Sacramento)

SACRAMENTO — With today's technology it is pretty easy to make a computerized handgun. That so called "smart gun" would fire only when it recognizes its authorized user. But there's still a big problem with that. Gun manufacturers offer dozens of handguns for police use. But once unlocked and loaded, no gun in regular production today can recognize who's pulling its trigger. For years the proto-type "smart gun" has been the dream of gun safety advocates. It would... (GunPolicy.org)

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