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Old 10-23-2013, 01:04 AM   #31
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Seriously, though, could this technology one day be made wireless and - if so - could the Government turn off the guns belonging to "X"? Or require the presence of a government-issue chip in order to make the firearm functional?

Maybe it seems like tin foil stuff at first, but I don't doubt that universal gun registration and such wireless technology would one day combine along those lines.

It is best if government maintains a healthy respect for an independent, armed citizenry. I don't see how this German technology improves or promotes such a relationship.

With a plastic cowl/cape in the original blister pack in good shape allegedly some $7K .....
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Don't look for any of this appearing on NJ gun dealers' shelves anytime soon. Too many obstructions in the way. >MW
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I'd guess that if that happened, a few million people would hang on to their/our old-fashioned guns with no electronic gizmos, illegal or not. We have no moral obligation nor Constitutional requirement to comply with unreasonable laws that restrict our Constitutionally supported rights.
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