Don't know if everyone saw the article about how the US "shot down" an Iranian drone that was threatening a U.S. Navy ship. In reality, the drone was not literally shot. Its frequency was jammed causing it to crash.
Does anyone doubt for a minute that bad actors, including the government, would use similar technology to disable smart guns when they wanted to? Forgot the expense, forgot the potential unreliability. To me, the ability to readily disable them is the scariest thing about smart guns, as it completely defeats the purpose of the Second Amendment.
"Avtomat Kalashnikov type semi-automatic firearms" are banned, ie Saigas, WASRs, VEPRs, etc.. YET, dealers sell them and there are thousands in NJ circulation. The NJAG Directive addressed "substantially identical" pointing out rifles, shotguns, and handguns. This KOMRAD is neither of those.