http://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-is-the-u-s-ready-for-smart-guns/ Skip ahead to the 2:00 mark. Smart-gun technology is not new, yet these guns are not mass-produced or sold in the U.S., partly due to fears they are a backdoor to greater gun control The following is a script from "Smart Guns" which aired on November 1, 2015, and was rebroadcast on June 19, 2016. Lesley Stahl is the correspondent. Shachar Bar-On, producer. The mass shooting at the nightclub in Orlando a week ago today represents the latest of what has become a reoccurring nightmare in America. Family and friends are mourning again. Flags are at half-staff again. And once again, there are calls for gun control, which happens every time there's an incident like this. One proposal to address the violence, especially when it comes to the daily shootings on our streets and in our homes is smart guns. As we first reported in November, these are firearms that only work when they're fired by their owner. With gee whiz technology seeping into every corner of our lives -- why not guns? In the 2012 movie "Skyfall," Q gives James Bond a smart gun that only he can activate. [Q: It's been coded to your palm print so only you can fire it.] Later, when the bad guy gets a hold of it -- There's a better video available if you click through the link.