Andy Raymond, an owner of a gun shop, thought that selling a smart gun at his shop would be a good idea. He announced to the public that he would sell the gun at his shops and within a short time frame he received angry emails and death threats. What seems to have happened is that the creation of these smart guns angered traditional gun owners. For them, it was another attempt to restrict their gun owning rights. While some argue that there are many positives to having smart guns like the prevention of unintentional deaths, there is still great opposition arguing that this is just the first step to trying to restrict gun rights.