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Old 09-13-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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Has anybody else heard of this yet, saw this on Facebook today just wondering if its true.
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:03 PM   #2
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Time to start researching how to destroy an rfid without damaging your gun.
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:16 PM   #3
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I got a new passport a few years ago (UK passport) and was told it had an RFID tag in it which would be used in the future for identification and security purposes.....all it took was one trip overseas of being stuffed into my cargo pants and the RFID chip was fried....every time I use it UK border controls tells me it's busted and I put a moderate amount of effort into taking care of it......seems like fragile technology.

Just stuff your guns into your cargo pants for 8 hours and get them all sweaty, that'll do the trick
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Who registers their firearms?

I wonder if foil-lined, anti-RFID holster sales will skyrocket?

Sounds like a load of crap, unfamiliar with that source.
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I didn't think it would happen especially in Kentucky, but you never know.
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If I ever get into the business of selling bridges, I am going to put every one of you on my cold call list.

"Every registered gun..." Kentucky HAS no registration of guns.

"The Kentucky legislature..." is not is session.

The author- is a militant feminist activist from OREGON.

Just to chip the estimated number of guns in KY would cost around $75 million. Then you will need to buy chip READERS (you DO realize a chip has a range of a few feet- right?) The number of chip readers would cost Kentucky's annual budget for the next 25 years.

By the way- I am the daughter of a cocoa merchant, and I need your help in getting my late father's estate out of the country, where I am being held in a refugee camp.....

And yes, I am closing the thread. Conspiracy threads are limited to supporting members.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.

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