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December 16th, 2012, 22:33
I'd really like to see more states move towards requiring or at least strongly encouraging the adoption of sensor-locked guns (guns that, for example, will not disengage the safety unless the user is wearing a corresponding ring.) That would only address a fraction of spree killings and mass murders of course, but it would have a more distinct impact on incidents where children hurt themselves or others with a parents' gun. It would mean a parent would be less likely to come home to find a child dead because they got into their gun safe - as well as mean a gun owner could keep a weapon more readily available for self defense within their home without fear of it being misused by someone else.
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