Judge Dread Lawgiver one step closer... 15 replies

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dinosaurJR

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#1 8 years ago

It is!

DreyX: Smart Gun Doesn't Work Unless You're Wearing The Right Watch

See?

So, its a .22. So, It doesn't explode when someone else tries to fire it...

But, a tweak here and there - Lawgiver!




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#2 8 years ago

This may become standard with law enforcement or something of that sort but I highly doubt it would get much traction in the civilian market...unless it was forced upon us. I already have to legally keep my rifle and ammo gun-locked and in a safe, let me now find the right watch while an intruder is breaking in too.


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Destroyer25

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#3 8 years ago

It would be a great tool for law enforcement, but I'm assuming they can do this with any gun right? I don't think a .22 has much stopping power. :D




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#4 8 years ago
Red Menace;5233086This may become standard with law enforcement or something of that sort but I highly doubt it would get much traction in the civilian market...unless it was forced upon us. I already have to legally keep my rifle and ammo gun-locked and in a safe, let me now find the right watch while an intruder is breaking in too.

If it does become mandatory for civilian weapons, I'm betting the black market will become alot more popular.


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#5 8 years ago

I dread the day our Dread gets his hands on this Judge Dread-wannabe weapon. =p




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#6 8 years ago
Red Menace;5233086This may become standard with law enforcement or something of that sort but I highly doubt it would get much traction in the civilian market...unless it was forced upon us. I already have to legally keep my rifle and ammo gun-locked and in a safe, let me now find the right watch while an intruder is breaking in too.

You could make a civilian version that has a longer range between watch and gun so they just have to be in the same room, or some such thing. This would prevent it from being used, or at least used easily, if it is stolen.




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#7 8 years ago

This is a may became standard law of enforcement. I totally agree with you.




dinosaurJR

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#8 8 years ago

Agreed - Applied to law enforcement, this could be great - cops guns getting lost / stolen would be totally useless to anyone who found / bought them.

All we need now is the Hi Explosive / Incendiary / Heat Seeking etc.. options for the ammo and we're set!

As for private application - I don't see this doing any good - unless its paired with a chip under the skin or such - so that you and ONLY you can use your gun... That would be cool!




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#9 8 years ago

Two drawbacks I could think of when you would give cops these watches:

- What if the technology malfunctions (either the watch or gun) and thus prevents the cop from using hus gun? How reliable would the technology be? - Maybe unlikey to happen, but what if a civilian takes hold of a police gun to defend themselves from an assault by a third (criminal) party? Ie: criminal incapitates cop, civy tries to use gun to stop (shoot) said criminal. Not being able to operate the gun can be both agood and a bad thing (though i guess in most cases the intentions of somebody getting hold of a cop gun ain't good). I guess I watched too many movies. =p




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#10 8 years ago

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