WASHINGTON, D.C. — Some gun-rights champions are in surprising agreement with gun-control advocates on the technology's future.
"We think the market should decide," said Lawrence Keane, general counsel for the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Conway, out in Silicon Valley, said: "You let the free enterprise system take over. Just like everyone opted into the iPhone and abandoned the flip phone and BlackBerry, consumers will vote with their feet. We want gun owners to feel like they are dinosaurs if they aren't using smart guns."