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THE NJ ATTORNEY GENERAL

FINDS SMART GUN LAW

NOT TRIGGERED!

 

The New Jersey Attorney General has issued a legally-mandated report to the Governor and the Legislature finding that the Armatix iP1 handgun does not qualify as a “smart gun” under New Jersey’s 2002 smart gun law. 

 

The report includes the following statement:

 

After careful consideration of the iP1's design, we have determined that it does not satisfy the statutory definition because, as a matter of design, the pistol may be fired by a person who is not an authorized or recognized user. That is, as long as the pistol is situated within 10 inches of the enabling wristwatch, it may be fired by anyone – the authorized user or any other person who is able to pull the trigger. While the system does incorporate a PIN code or a timer to disable the handgun, when the weapon is enabled, there is nothing in the technology which automatically limits its operational use so that it may only be fired by an authorized or recognized user (so long as the pistol is within a 10-inch proximity to the wristwatch component).

 

Situations may readily be envisioned in which an unauthorized individual gains access to the pistol in close enough proximity to the wristwatch component (by either maintaining possession of the pistol within 10 inches of the authorized user’s wrist on which he or she is wearing the watch, or by forcibly taking possession of the wristwatch), and therefore would be able to fire the weapon, despite the limiting technology. Accordingly, we are unable to conclude that the iP1 design meets all the elements of New Jersey’s statutory definition of a personalized handgun under N.J.S.2C:39-1(dd), and therefore its availability for retail sales purposes will not trigger the operation of N.J.S.2C:58-2.4 (requiring the promulgation of a list of personalized handguns) and N.J.S.2C:58-2.5 (prohibiting the sale of non-personalized handguns).

 

The report was likely issued in connection with pending litigation in which the Brady Center has tried to force the Attorney General to issue a report that would trigger New Jersey’s smart gun law by finding that the Armatix gun satisfied the law. 

 

“New Jersey’s smart-gun law is a dumb as it gets,” said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach.  “It forces you to use an unproven technology to defend your life, and then exempts the state from liability when the gun goes ‘click’ instead of ‘bang’. If it’s such a great idea, then law enforcement shouldn’t be exempt, and the free market should be able to determine its viability.  This is a welcome finding by the Attorney General.”  

 

Read the Attorney General’s report here.

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 GOVERNOR CHRISTIE VETOES
GUN BAN / MAG BAN!


July 2, 2014: Governor Christie vetoed A2006 / S993, legislation that would have banned 
firearms magazines larger than 10 rounds and would have banned an entire class of
popular .22 caliber semi-automatic rifles. The veto marks the end of the road for this
legislation for the 2014-2015 session.


"After months of intense battle over this misguided legislation that won't stop another
crime or prevent another tragedy, we are grateful that Governor Christie has heard the
voice of the outdoor community and ended the discussion," said ANJRPC Executive
Director Scott Bach. "The Governor clearly recognizes the difference between legislation
that punishes violent criminals vs. legislation that targets the rights of law-abiding
citizens."

 

PLEASE THANK GOVERNOR CHRISTIE TODAY!


Please thank Governor Christie today for his veto of A2006 / S993. You can call the
Governor's office at 609-292-6000, write him at P.O. Box 001, Trenton, N.J. 08625, or
send an email using the online contact form (select "law and public safety" from the

drop down menu, then pick any sub-topic).And thank YOU for weathering this

months-long storm of attacks on gun owners along with us. It is because of YOUR actions, YOUR calls and letters, YOUR attendance at hearings, and YOUR refusal to give up no matter what the odds, that today's outcome was possible.


Although today's action marks the end of a long and very arduous battle, the fight is far
from over. Lawmakers will be back after the November elections, and will continue their
relentless attacks on legal gun ownership - and it will be up to gun owners to continue to
defend freedom.

 

Please watch for future alerts and updates!

  

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Scott Bach, PO Box 651, Newfoundland, NJ 07435

   

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