There are signs that a commercial market for smart guns maybe has arrived.
The man who still lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has just unveiled his plan to move forward with 'smart gun' technology, and while the Devil is always in the details and I'm not sure that all the details have been worked out, some of the hurdles that previously stymied the development of smart guns seem to have been anticipated and overcome.
In Teret's imagination, the next scene plays out like something from The Godfather. Smith & Wesson goes before the industry
Here's how it works.
But the technology has plenty of opponents.
In the wake of the San Bernardino shootings, the gun control debate is domination the news with calls for stricter background checks and gun bans.