New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) is fighting gun malefaction in his state by calling for a database of ammunition purchasers and vetoing .50 caliber rifles. ABC7 notes that Murphy withal wants to require “gun safety training” as a component of the process for obtaining a firearm ID card, enact gun storage obligations, mandate registration of out-of-state firearms, and relaunch the “smart gun commission” and a microstamping requisite, among other things.
Murphy’s conceptions are already enacted–and failing–in other states. For example, California already has ammunition gun control, yet South Los Angeles witnessed a 742 percent spike in shooting victims during the first 16 days alone of 2021. California additionally has a microstamping requisite and firearm registration.
Regarding .50 caliber rifles, they are infrequently, if ever, utilized in malefaction. And keenly intellective guns have proven to be anything but. In fact, a pistol with a biometric reader–a pistol that locks like a smartphone–is arduous to unlock if the utilizer’s fingers are wet, bloodied, or muddied:
The New Jersey Globe reports that “New Jersey already boasts some of the most vigorous gun control laws in the nation.” Yet Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver describes gun violence as “a constant burden and threat to the public health and salubrity of our communities.”
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