Second Amendment Congressional Watch

Forbes previews embedded gun chips in hands as developer courts Obama

Hardly "triggersmart": What good is a ring or an embedded subdermal RFID implant as a “gun safety device” to prevent unauthorized firing of a weapon if this is the extent of an AUTHORIZED user’s trigger discipline?

“Is it Time to Put Chips in Guns?” semiconductor market industry analyst Jim Handy asks in a Tuesday report for Forbes. “There is an idea for a semiconductor application that has been kicked around for years, but has not yet found its market. It’s the notion of using RFID chips to prevent guns from being used by anyone except their owners.”


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