There are so many non-smart guns in the world, it won't make much difference.
@FearlessFly clarification smart guns won't make us much safer because there are too many non-smart guns used by non-smart people.
Yes it would make a difference for someone who's carrying a smart gun but that won't ever be me. Since I'm pretty sure I couldn't pull the trigger they would just take it away from me and hit me over the head with it.
Does it quack?
If people want to use that its their prerogative, but if it is forced it is infringement.
"forced" ? . . . wth
. . . not heard anyone attempting that.
I doubt the US military will 'jump on the smart gun bandwagon'.
I can imagine a LEO org requiring smart guns, but I think unlikely.
If that happened I would argue that a 'use a smart gun or lose your job' motivation is NOT the same thing as "forced".
Some folks would argue that 'gun control' means insuring that you are hitting your target.
Others might argue that the 2A is 'inviolate'.
Othere will advocate that they will only acquire a 'smart gun' after LEOs have had (widespread) use of them for (x number) years.
I think it would make a big difference to anyone who had their gun taken away by a 'bad guy' ! ! !