Guns Getting Smarter: Pa. Man's Plan to Create 'Smart Gun'

Gareth Glaser, a retired executive from Radnor, Pennsylvania, has a plan to bring a "smart gun" to market by the summer of 2019. His firearm would incorporate "token recognition technology," which prevents a gun from firing without a corresponding piece of equipment being within inches of the trigger.

(Published Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017)

Gareth Glaser, a retired executive from Radnor, Pennsylvania, has a plan to bring a "smart gun" to market by the summer of 2019. His firearm would incorporate "token recognition technology," which prevents a gun from firing without a corresponding piece of equipment being within inches of the trigger.

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