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Makers of smart guns waiting to see if Obama will walk the talk

jonathan-pointing-server-room-reduced-1 Jonathan Mossberg planned to listen closely to President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address Tuesday.

The Daytona Beach, Florida-based gun maker has much to gain from President Obama’s recent call for more investment in the development of smart guns. His company, iGun Technology, spent more than a dozen years working on a “smart” pump-action shotgun, and he comes from a family regarded as America’s oldest firearms manufacturer.

But for all of Obama’s recent push toward gun technology, Mossberg has doubts.

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“Let’s just say I’m cautiously optimistic about the government looking into smart gun technology,” Mossberg said. “Is this all talk, or will there really be some sort of action?”

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