A new Smartphone app called the "Gun Geo Marker" allows users to mark different locations and people whom they have “gun related concerns" about. Other users can then avoid these places and people, if they choose to do so.
The Gun Geo Marker app, which is available through the Google Play Android marketplace, states in its description: “The Gun Geo Marker operates very simply, letting parents and community members mark, or geolocate, sites associated with potentially unsafe guns and gun owners."
Not surprisingly, Second Amendment supporters are furious over this First Amendment app.
"The gun rights community has been busy making personal threats [we remain unconcerned], as well as spamming the Gun Geo Marker database with false markers," Brett Stalbaum, the developer of Gun Geo Marker told FoxNews.com.
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"Though these fake markers are not useful for identifying dangerous guns and owners, they are certainly representative of the highly paranoid reaction we have come to expect from any attempt to improve gun safety in the United States."
"As a gun owner myself, I want to see our rights preserved, and thwarting the will of 90 percent of the American people who want common sense, constitutional measures to improve gun safety is mathematically unwise," added Stalbaum.
The app's website GunGeoMarker.org states: “Congress has left parents with so few options to protect their families from potentially dangerous gun owners that erring on the side of safety is highly advised.”
Gun Geo Marker users are encouraged to mark the homes of people “whose children speak frequently of their parent’s gun ownership, or who talk about guns as a potential tools for conflict resolution."