Yep, and IMO the best solution is one that's not terribly high tech and far more foolproof to prevent theft of a firearm that a criminal can still bring to someone to "fix" later anyway... get a quick-release safe.I think the worst part is that if people adopt these and trust them, they'll eventually start thinking it's okay to leave them laying around with kids in the house, which in turn will lead the kids to think it's no big deal to pick up a random gun.
I think the worst part is that if people adopt these and trust them, they'll eventually start thinking it's okay to leave them laying around with kids in the house, which in turn will lead the kids to think it's no big deal to pick up a random gun.
"The pistol (.22 Cal) sells for $1,399 and the watch retails for another $399.
The rich liberal hypocritical types will love it though, as they or their armed security guards won't have to worry about it, and their hugely expensive home security systems in a well policed safe community render it moot at home.The one group of people that would most benefit from a firearm and the protection if can provide are....wait for it.... poor folks that are stuck in a poor neighborhood.
How can it possibly be controversial to add an option to the market? It's a bad option that costs too much to make any sense. Why would that even become a significant thing?
Liberal anti-Constitution states like Kalifornia and New York are going to mandate these guns, just watch!
Because states will require garbage that does not work and make everything else illegal.
Colt did this around 1996, their's used a special ring worn by the user.
Prototypes only, from what I remember.
That got me to looking some stuff up, and apparently at least New Jersey has a "technology waiting" law already passed. Smart guns are already the law in NJ, as soon as the technology is deemed to be ready by the state. Germany's got such a law too, which probably explains why the company making this is German. The Armatix iP1 just makes the NJ law that much closer to being put into force.
This is not new people have been laughing at this thing for the past two years. Only idiots will buy this. There are so many ways to make this firearm stop working for the owner of the guy, it would never have made it out a pipe dream if there were not clueless people who think the criminals will turn into fluffy teddy bears if they take the guns from law abiding citizens.