Smart guns could be the future of firearm control

World Today

Gun ownership in the United States spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic – almost 20 million guns were purchased last year. And with that came more accidents. 

Firearms are the number one cause of death for young people in the country. Soon, there could be a solution that doesn’t involve gun control. Benji Hyer recently visited a shooting range in the state of Tennessee and has more on the story.

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