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The “smart gun” article would have benefitted from a conversation or two with someone who owns a gun or, if their views are going to be presented in the article, a representative of the NRA.
From the discussions I’ve had with other gun owners, the biggest obstacles are the government mandate, which everybody assumes would be imposed at some point, and the reliability issue. On the former, New Jersey let the cat out of the bag, and we can’t unsee what we’ve seen. If the tech is there, eventually the mandate will follow.
As for reliability, there is a significant segment of gun owners who prefer revolvers because they see self-loading handguns, a technology developed at the end of the 19th century, as too prone to failure. The point isn’t that gun owners are Luddites; they’re not. Innovation that increase reliability, accuracy, ergonomics, or other things they care about are welcomed. Innovations for their own sake, or in the case of “smart guns”, that degrade one of those things, meet hostility.