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Discussion in 'In the News' started by GAGunOwner, Apr 21, 2007.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/200 ... getsmarter
I'd rather not bet my life on some electronic gadjet working like it's supposed to. There's probably also ways to get around it, like stealing a car.
I'm sure there's a biometric equivalent to Microsoft's "Blue Screen of Death." I'd would hate to have to reboot my weapon while being attacked.
You couldn't let people borrow it or even test it out at the range. There would always be a chance that it would malfunction. What if you had to use the other hand? What if you were injured? It would be hard to sell the gun later. When you age wouldn't your grip change? Others (family)couldn't use it for self-defense, etc.
I wouldn't want any part of this technology.
Yeah, I can imagine the re-boot song tones going off while I'm in a bad situation.