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You may recall there were 2 people killed and 13 injured in Toronto. The gun used was a M&P .40. And the lawsuit alleges that Smith & Wesson failed to implement key safety features...namely "smart gun" features.

The suit also refers to an agreement between Smith & Wesson and the US government, dating back nearly 20 years, in which the company pledged to make smart gun technology a key feature in new firearm designs – but never did.

I'm betting we will start seeing a lot more lawsuits being brought up in Canada when these things happen, since there is nothing like the "Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act" like in the US.

 

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