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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by american lockpicker, Feb 10, 2010.
Does anyone make one yet?
nope, and no smart posters yet either..
A glock 40 will be able to tell if you know how to shoot a gun and limit the number of rounds you can fire via. Jam.
YES! Lay the damn thing down, Don't touch it and it is Smart enough not to hurt anyone..
Maybe I should have explained why I'm looking for one. I want to buy one and look for a way to make it work with out the key or ring or microchip...
Must be a Wood County thing. I am from Wood County and very confused on what your trying to accomplish here. Why buy a 'smart' gun and then disable it. You could just buy a 'dumb' gun and be done with it.
As far as I know they are only in the prototype stages. I recall there was a company demoing a system at SHOT 2-3 years ago which required an RFID ring to activate the trigger safety. They were marketing it as a kit which could be sold to LE agencies and fitted to existing guns.
As part of my lockpicking hobby I open and bypass gun locks(trigger and cable locks) so I figured why not give smart guns a try.
Aren't they trying to require smart guns an Massechussets? On new guns, I thought it was.