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Garden State gun owners gained a small victory when the state attorney general determined that a new handgun technology did not qualify as a “smart gun” under 2002 state law that would ban conventional handguns and mandate exclusive use of smart guns once they are found to exist.

“Gun owners are not opposed to new technology – they are opposed to laws that mandate the exclusive use of one technology and ban everything else,” said Scott L. Bach, executive director and official spokesperson of the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, an official National Rifle Association state affiliate. “If smart gun technology is so great, put it out there without the mandates and let the market decide.”