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The future of dynamic grip recognition for “smart guns”

A series of reports, by Joe.

6 Responses to “The future of dynamic grip recognition for “smart guns””

  1. Paul Kisling Says:

    Something tells me the Cops and Feds will never use these things, well not until the political correctness and sensitivity politburo get to them.

  2. rickn8or Says:

    I just wouldn’t trust those things unless they’d been field-tested by the cops for at least fifteen years before the technology was mandated for us “civilians.”

  3. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    I’ll stay with my old technology.

  4. BDubya Says:

    Any mandate directing the use of this technology will never be directed at those persons or organizations to whom the state has granted the use of lethal force on its behalf.

    It will be directed at private individuals. The biometric interlocks will be hacked, of course, but the primary target of law enforcement will be the law abiding citizen; it will be a felony to disable the biometric interlocks and enforcement will follow the same trajectory that possession of firearms by criminals now follows. Criminals will hack the gun with relative immunity, because to challenge them is fraught with risk to the enforcer, even as the enforcer does not actively seek out criminals with weapons now.

    So much for “shall not be infringed.”

  5. treefroggy Says:

    What crap . Anyone with an iPhone with fingerprint recognition knows that it doesn’t work when your hands are wet or cold . Think sweaty , cold hands in time of stress .

  6. Maxpwr Says:

    The authorities will demand a backdoor hack into the technology via remote means just like they demand it into e-mail and other encryption technologies. This is nothing but a way to disarm you. Wake up and stay away from all Smart Gun talk.