Gun rights advocates who fear the technology in the high-tech firearm will be used to curtail their Second Amendment rights.
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A Maryland firearms shop owner is backing away from plans to sell a smart gun after backlash from gun rights advocates who fear the technology in the high-tech firearm will be used to curtail their Second Amendment rights.

Andy Raymond, owner of Rockville gun store Engage Armament, told The Washington Post he is backing down from selling the gun after word about his plan was spread online by gun rights blogs. He said he even received a death threat.

“I thought what I was doing was right,” he said. “I didn’t want my shop burned down.”

The .22-caliber pistol, made by a German company, can only function with an accompanying wristwatch, which is sold separately.