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ReservoirDog

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https://www.iguntechnology.com/

Think it will work out?.

I think it's a great idea. You can buy as many guns as you want but no one else can use it. Damn, brilliant, cops should honor this man.

Thoughts please.
 
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Wanker

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The big gun manufacturers will buy it and bury it in their basement would be my analysis. Money and greed seems to always come on top first.
 

Martin

Senior Member
Joined Mar 4, 2013
Messages 577
Wanker said:
The big gun manufacturers will buy it and bury it in their basement would be my analysis. Money and greed seems to always come on top first.

Hoping this is not the case.
 
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Boing

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Why are they lacking of funds?. This should be a no brainer for investors.
 

Goodfella

Senior Member
Joined Jan 11, 2012
Messages 813
Smart guns have an extremely difficult path ahead as they are highly despised by the general gun owning public. It's hard to finance and manufacture a product the buyers don't want. Someone would need to dump a ton of cash into trying to change the gun culture and it's probably a losing proposition at best.
 

Signingin

Senior Member
Joined Jun 9, 2014
Messages 963
There was a push a while back for people who had DUIs to put a breathalizer in their vehicles. That way they could only drive while sober.

Didn't work because it was easily bypassed and expensive.

Same here. An Igun could be easily bypassed with basic gun knowledge and also opens the door to potential lawsuits if the chip doesn't work.
 

Upsideup

Active member
Joined Sep 6, 2014
Messages 44
Doesn't matter if most people support smartguns. The NRA doesn't, and that's all that matters in the US. The people have no say whatsoever.
 

papasmerf

Senior Member
Joined Aug 9, 2010
Messages 33,654
part of the problem with smart guns is reliability.......it need to work 100% of the time....as someone who works with high tech I can assure you it will not.


Now that is not to say all guns will meet that standard....However most will out preform it.
 

Prim0

Senior Member
Joined Jun 29, 2010
Messages 10,859
1. This would tie your identity to a gun and that information would probably be available to the government. Something we don't like here in the states.

2. What's to stop someone from stealing your ring and gun and using it?

3. Let the market sort it out. If people want it, they will invest in it and it will happen....if not, someone can build a better mousetrap.
 
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