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New Gun Technology Made for Police, But Could Easily Be Used Against Regular Gun Owne
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New Gun Technology Made for Police, But Could Easily Be Used Against Regular Gun Owners

“Firearms now have a voice,” says Yardarm Technologies.

That’s because the company has invented a new technology that allows police and their departments to see when an officer’s gun is holstered, when it’s shot, and can even show how far a gun is from an officer. http://therighttobear.com/new-gun-techno...un-owners/
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das;155955 Wrote:New Gun Technology Made for Police, But Could Easily Be Used Against Regular Gun Owners

“Firearms now have a voice,” says Yardarm Technologies.

That’s because the company has invented a new technology that allows police and their departments to see when an officer’s gun is holstered, when it’s shot, and can even show how far a gun is from an officer. http://therighttobear.com/new-gun-techno...un-owners/

Why would a company sink so much R&D into a technology that has no market? Police unions will resist this sort of thing just as much as your average gun owner because of its intrusive nature and potential for abuse. Like the "smart" gun, this will go nowhere.
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Rik Bitter;156001 Wrote:
das;155955 Wrote:New Gun Technology Made for Police, But Could Easily Be Used Against Regular Gun Owners

“Firearms now have a voice,” says Yardarm Technologies.

That’s because the company has invented a new technology that allows police and their departments to see when an officer’s gun is holstered, when it’s shot, and can even show how far a gun is from an officer. http://therighttobear.com/new-gun-techno...un-owners/

Why would a company sink so much R&D into a technology that has no market? Police unions will resist this sort of thing just as much as your average gun owner because of its intrusive nature and potential for abuse. Like the "smart" gun, this will go nowhere.

Because some states, like NJ, already have a law on the books that once Smart Gun Technology is available, that's the only kind of gun that be sold in the state.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsider...nationwide
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streaker69;156029 Wrote:
Rik Bitter;156001 Wrote:Why would a company sink so much R&D into a technology that has no market? Police unions will resist this sort of thing just as much as your average gun owner because of its intrusive nature and potential for abuse. Like the "smart" gun, this will go nowhere.

Because some states, like NJ, already have a law on the books that once Smart Gun Technology is available, that's the only kind of gun that be sold in the state.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsider...nationwide

I wasn't aware of that law but now that I am, I'm a bit confused.

I remember recently seeing an a discussion on the new Armatix smartgun and my impression was that it was a real product available for purchase.

Does this mean that in about 2 years time the only hand gun you can buy in NJ will be an overpriced 22LR with matching Casio watch?
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Who knows? It's NJ, they pass laws that make no sense.
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