Government registered "smart" guns

Posted by: HeavyReader

The "smart" gun that I am speaking of is any ballistic weapon that requires an electronic bracelet.

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Cat_Lover says2014-04-23T09:46:25.5772003-05:00
James bond
HeavyReader says2014-04-23T09:47:07.5256003-05:00
I currently am unsure on my own opinion of it.
Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-04-23T09:52:40.2910312-05:00
Why vote no Dream?
Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-04-23T09:54:58.2476481-05:00
I am sure for Government jobs, like Military and Police they will use a form of Implant, so they just can't take the gun and the bracelet.
HeavyReader says2014-04-24T07:44:26.7038679-05:00
@Kreaken It would be really difficult to encode a bullet I think. You'd have to take into account that after the bullet makes its impact it will most likely destroy any information on itself by the sheer force of the impact. Although, I think it could be made to where the gun traces the direction of the shot fired and time of the fired shot. Investigation later on can take into account by looking at weather information in the area to take in other affects to the bullet's trajectory such as wind, raind, etc. As I was typing this I was thinking of something else as well related to your post wondering if this was possible. The bullet could possibly be made so that any encoding on the bullet is destroyed on impact sending information to wherever it the info is stored of the location of impact.
HeavyReader says2014-04-24T07:44:43.3318341-05:00
Sorry for mispelling your user.
Kreakin says2014-04-24T10:04:56.3050551-05:00
Microstamping hammers mark the cases, the bullet head itself is harder but not impossible. A good start is to ballistically fingerprint all guns before they are sold.

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