posted on Mar, 13 2003 @ 02:11 AM
1) Van Zylís ëIntelligent Firearmí (IFA) uses a biometric sensor encoded with the thumbprint of its owner which prevents it being fired by anyone
2) As an additional safeguard, the firearm also contains a tiny camera which takes a photograph every time it is fired. And an electronic chip in the
gun will contain a range of personal information about its registered owner.
3) In addition, the gun can only be fired when it is within close range of a special smart card issued to the owner.
1) Ok. And what if the system fail to recognize his owner ? Electronic, you know....
2) Good, good....Big Brother everywhere, even in our guns.
3) Great, like that, a "smart" guy ( CIA/NSA/Big Brother ???? ) will find a way to jam the signal and the gun will not function anymore.
how to jam your alarm-car signal, so, I can do it with your gun too.
You find a great link, and my post is not against you Dragonrider, but against the SA African bizz man.