Here is an interesting factoid. It is possible…even easy…to build a gun that only the registered owner can fire. The same technology that we use to secure cars with wireless ignitions could be used with firearms. One plan calls for the user to have a bluetooth enabled token in his or her possession, and if it isn’t there, the gun won’t shoot.
But, guess what? The technology has been frustrated by (wait for it) guns rights advocates. Notes
Well, Mr. Yang may never be president. But let’s hope he brings this issue to the forefront.