http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/02/20/first-smart-pistol-shelves-in-california/ $1399 for the pistol....plus another $399 for the watch. Seems like a helluva lot of money for a .22 and a plastic watch. Even in a SD caliber, that seems like a lot of trouble to go through to enable it to fire. With your pulse racing in the dark after that loud crash downstairs, I really don't see screwing with a PIN on a watch top be a great leap forward in SD. In my humble, not very tactical, opinion this a novelty item designed by people who have never had to reach for a handgun in the dark. http://youtu.be/-auX26P7Xbg Note to Mods: This could have been placed in any number of categories. I decided to put it here and address the "bump in the night" related issues. If it gets political, I apologize in advance.