On April 30, the tech blog “TechCrunch” examined the Democrat-led push for “smart guns” and concluded the NRA is “right” — that a successful push for smart guns will be followed by a mandate for smart gun purchases, i.e. a form of gun control.Smart guns have been part of a consistent gun control push that emerged under the presidency of Bill Clinton in the 1990s. And although they are plagued by the same problems now as they were then — fears over biometric reader failure, the ability to jam the signal between a radio-transmitting watch and the gun it activates, and fact that stealing the watch and the gun defeats the whole “smart” premise — they are being feverishly promoted by gun control proponents in elected office. Breitbart News previously reported that President Barack Obama is using taxpayer funds to further smart gun research and is compiling purchase guidelines for smart gun purchases by federal agencies and law enforcement. How can Obama push the purchase of battery operated guns which have yet to prove as reliable as traditional firearms? The examination of this and similar questions led TechCrunch to conclude that the push must be made because it is the prerequisite for a mandate, which is certain to follow. The wrist band that you have to wear in order for the gun to even work is gun control alone. If you ever have to come into a situation where you have to use a gun against a criminal, remember in order to pull the trigger you must first put your wrist band on and turn it on. Who knows how long the wrist band takes to boot up when you need to use your gun, but by the time it's on a criminal probably pulled the trigger on his real gun by now. They defiantly made the gun by Armatix look cool, probably in hopes that people will get this instead of a real gun because it looks futuristic. People who love smart devices alone will buy this because it's an electronic "smart gun", not knowing criminals with real gun only have to pull the trigger for their gun to work. No thanks smart gun industry we'll keep our guns that don't have the chance for being hacked into, or guns we have to turn on with a wrist band in order to use it in a life or death situation.