It doesn’t actually fire but like a radar gun, but this new device can let law enforcement know who is using a device to text or talk while driving.
ComSonics, a company in Virginia, developed the technology for the Sniffer Sleuth II.
For now, the texting gun that weighs about 1.6 pounds awaits legislative approval. The gun is ready for the assembly line, but no release date has been attached to the innovation.
Makers say the gun is sensitive enough to determine if it’s the driver or passenger who is texting.
ComSonics says each Sniffer Sleuth would cost about $2,000.