The last time we shot down this idea it was voiced by New York Times columnist and gun grabber Joe Nocera. As loathe as I am to ask our Armed Intelligentsia to reprise their reasoning for rejecting biometric guns, needs must. Obama loves ’em! And it seems that the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s (NSSF) more convincing argument against the technology didn’t make CNN‘s video. Instead we got this: “‘The firearms were accessible to Adam Lanza. They should not have been,’ said Lawrence Keane, senior vice president and general counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation. ‘If [Mrs. Lanza] had one that had this sort of authorized user recognition onboard the firearm, presumably he would’ve had access to that.'” Huh? Question: would you trust a biometric gun made by a man who lasers a reporter’s pelvis?