Good news out of Arizona!
On August 9 the state of Arizona enacted a law that bars any future state or local statute requiring the sale of “smart guns” versus traditional guns.
According to Tucson.com, the law bars any future law or statute with language that says “the only guns that can be sold are those that are ‘smart’ and can fire only if held by an authorized person.”
The state also enacted a law barring the state and/or local governments from mandating background checks on private gun sales. This protects the method of selling guns which has been legal in the United State since the Second Amendment was ratified in 1791. It also means that private gun sales at “gun shows” are protected in the state of Arizona.
Read more here.