Perhaps Bach summed it up best when he noted, “New Jersey’s smart-gun law is as dumb as it gets.”
Check it out:
The anti-gun Brady Campaign today filed a lawsuit against Acting New Jersey Attorney General John Jay Hoffman to force him to take the first step toward imposition of the state’s 2002 so-called “smart gun” law that would, within three years, prohibit manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers from selling anything other than this type of handgun.
The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA), and the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) quickly reacted. CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb called it “gun prohibition fanaticism” and ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach said the law “forces you to use an unproven technology to defend your life.”
“What the Brady Campaign wants is to force consumers to purchase a product that is, at best, unreliable,” Gottlieb asserted, “placing them at serious risk if they want a gun for personal protection. In the process, the gun control lobby is trying to strip away the right of personal choice, and ban the sale and transfer of current handguns.”