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This Smart Gun Could Save Lives
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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Guns kill more than 30,000 Americans every year, far more than in any other developed country. While lawmakers and activists battle it out over legislative solutions, some are trying a different approach: integrating smart technology into guns. In this episode of "The Spark," Bloomberg follows 21-year-old inventor and entrepreneur Kai Kloepfer, who's created a "smart" handgun that could save thousands of lives.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (7/11/2018)
The answer was no. The answer IS no. The answer will ALWAYS be no.

The more complicated a thing gets, the more it is likely to fail.

And that's just the beginning. Integrating electronic tech into firearms provides the government the means to disable them at will.

Not only no, but HELL no.
 

Comment by: MarkHamTownsend (7/11/2018)
It could kill too.

Bad guy busts in, you grab gun ... battery is dead, gun doesn't work, good guy dies.
Battery dies... gun works through default ...bad guy steals it. Or steals gun, removes battery and gun now works.

Or, wounded good guy grabs gun to defend himself. He has bloody hands so smart gun won't read fingerprints.
Need a longer list?
I don't.
 

Comment by: jac (7/11/2018)
Good opportunity for NJ and California to show their support for this technology and mandate that their police departments replace their side arms with smart guns.
 

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