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vantec08
05-30-2011, 6:47 PM
http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?id=6828

on its way to senate

Dreaded Claymore
05-30-2011, 6:56 PM
Legislatures are tricky governmental bodies. On one hand, it makes sense to have a body of disinterested people to make the rules, so they (hypothetically) won't have any ulterior motives. On the other hand, disinterest often results in not knowing anything.

vantec08
05-30-2011, 7:09 PM
. .. . . and . .. . . micro stamping chamber surfaces is easily defeated.

RRangel
05-30-2011, 7:10 PM
Legislatures are tricky governmental bodies. On one hand, it makes sense to have a body of disinterested people to make the rules, so they (hypothetically) won't have any ulterior motives. On the other hand, disinterest often results in not knowing anything.

Or they're not so disinterested.

Dreaded Claymore
05-30-2011, 9:28 PM
Or they're not so disinterested.

Yeah, I was just describing the best case scenario. It gets even worse when they start actively pursuing bad policy, based on the political mentality of "I will stop you from doing good because I don't want you to get credit."

Westerner
05-30-2011, 9:48 PM
What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??

jamesob
05-30-2011, 9:51 PM
What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??

almost, more like gps bullets.

Vipersx911
05-30-2011, 10:04 PM
Lets not forget that there was a video that came out involving a senator from NY that called incendiary tipped bullets "Heat Seaking", not a great track record.

ALSystems
05-30-2011, 10:14 PM
What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??
No, The antis really want a GPS micro chip implanted in anyone who wants a gun.

oni.dori
05-30-2011, 11:45 PM
. .. . . and . .. . . micro stamping chamber surfaces is easily defeated.

Same with on the firing pin as well.

What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??

almost, more like gps bullets.

No, The antis really want a GPS micro chip implanted in anyone who wants a gun.

All of the above.

Left Coast Conservative
05-31-2011, 6:22 AM
What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??

No, a microchip embedded in the gun that only allows the owner to fire it. This is known as an "owner authorized" handgun. Law enforcement agencies will be exempt, of course, because they don't want anything to do with technology which would leave them defenseless if it fails. I am not making this up. (http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10828&utm_source=WID%17367921262011053164157&utm_medium=Widgetv3&utm_content=10828&utm_campaign=Widget&utm_term=homeview)

Fortunately, the technology is not mature enough for deployment.

The War Wagon
05-31-2011, 6:37 AM
New Yawk... our in-bred cousin to the north, that no one talks about. :rolleyes:

I wonder if we offered it back to the Mohicans, if they'd take it. They can even keep the $24 in beads! :o

Left Coast Conservative
05-31-2011, 7:09 AM
What's next? A micro chip embedded on handguns with GPS??

No, a microchip embedded in the gun that only allows the owner to fire it. This is known as an "owner authorized" handgun. Law enforcement agencies will be exempt, of course, because they don't want anything to do with technology which would leave them defenseless if it fails. I am not making this up. (http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10828&utm_source=WID%17367921262011053164157&utm_medium=Widgetv3&utm_content=10828&utm_campaign=Widget&utm_term=homeview)

Fortunately, the technology is not mature enough for deployment.