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United States

30 April 2002


RENO, Nevada — Maybe it'll know your fingerprints. Or you'll wear a magnetic ring with a pulse that can decode a trigger lock. Or, in some of the more fanciful conjectures, a sensor would be capable of recognizing the unique way you grip the handle. The aim is the most significant proposed innovation in firearm technology in decades, a gun that knows and performs only for its owner. But at the National Rifle Association's 131st annual convention last weekend, mere... (

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