[GUNS] Re: Crime and Safety engineering

From: Brian D Williams (talon57@well.com)
Date: Tue Mar 14 2000 - 12:08:57 MST

From: Lee Daniel Crocker <lee@piclab.com>

>Sorry, Mike, but Robert wins this one. The technology to make a
>gun with a solid-state passive transponder totally immune to
>recoil and making the gun usable by anyone bearing the
>properly-coded transceiver (worn as a wristband, ring, cuff
>link...) could be manufactured for far less than 1% of the cost of
>the gun. The NRA should be funding devlopment and gun
>manufacturers should be advertising these things.

Don't forget the Clipper II law enforcement overide chip.....

No thanks......

>I give many thanks that the NRA is protecting my right to use the
>effective technologies of the day to take responsibility for my
>life; but it is inexcusable for them to hold back this technology.

The NRA is not holding back any such technology.


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