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Posted:  5/19/2014 8:53 AM #41768
CTD Poll


Joined: 7/22/2009
Posts: 92
Last Post: 7/2/2014
Subject: Would you consider buying a "smart gun?"
Poll: Would you consider buying a "smart gun?"
 
  No   80%
 28   Votes
  Yes   3%
 1   Votes
  Maybe   17%
 6   Votes
 
Total Votes:  35



Posted:  5/19/2014 1:38 PM #41789
horselips


Joined: 5/2/2012
Posts: 2063
Last Post: 9/30/2014
NO - not as we understand the "smart" technology today. And never as long as it takes a second piece of equipment to make the gun function. If at some future date a smart gun can be made that instantly recognizes some aspect of the owner - fingerprint, pheromones, scent, whatever and is proven to be reliable and hacker-proof, and cannot be controlled in any way by the government, and is CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP - then maybe.

Posted:  7/21/2014 8:39 PM #42445
Owen49


Joined: 7/13/2014
Posts: 70
Last Post: 8/19/2014
My Smith & Wesson Model 66 is as smart as it needs to be right now.

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