moe mensale· Registered
Except when it isn't smart any longer. Which makes no sense to begin with.Basically, a glock that performs like a glock, except smart.
At the end of the day, though, two required specifications seemingly would render the whole exercise moot. The first requires the system to â€œdefault to a state to allow the pistol to fireâ€ in the event the â€œsecurity deviceâ€ malfunctions. The second requires the operator to be able to â€œquickly reset or disengageâ€ the security device if a malfunction occurs.
And that, of course, says it all when it comes to the supposed â€œwisdomâ€ of â€œsmart guns.â€ Any firearm that wonâ€™t fire when itâ€™s needed just isnâ€™t â€œsmart.â€ And any â€œsecurityâ€ system that defaults to turning itself off during a problem just isnâ€™t secure.