On Tuesday, Jan. 12, smart gun producers, including Jonathan Mossberg, carefully listened to
Mossberg, like many other gunmakers, is waiting for possible investments in smart gun technology for which Obama has recently called in his addresses. Mossberg is considered one of the oldest firearms producers in America, and his company, iGun Technology, has spent more than a dozen years on smart gun development.
However, Mossberg has doubts regarding the president’s push toward smart firearms technology. On the one hand, he is very optimistic about the government’s interest in smart technology to increase gun safety. But on the other hand, Mossberg does not really believe any actions will follow Obama’s intentions.
Last year was terrible for gun politics all around the world. Everyone was shocked by numerous terrorist attacks that took place in different parts of the globe from Paris to San Bernardino. Besides, after the police shootings of unknown citizens, massive protests have sprung up in different states of America. As the President underlined in his speech, thousands of Americans are killed annually by private guns through suicides, massive shootings, or by accident.
Obama decided strict measures should be taken in order to stop gun violence across the country. Last week, the President outlined the