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"The information on the microchip can be rewritten several times" and "the chip is very difficult to remove ... accompanies the weapon forever providing all the information gathered regarding its production ... and the registration of the gun and the owners details."
Since our project is still in a phase of development – our goal was to implement the RFID system in spring 2012 – we still have plenty of time to develop a similar system, but employing a removable label instead of a chip inlet inside the receiver. This label made of plastic material can be applied to the trigger guard of the weapon, follow throughout the production cycle and be removed prior to marketing or by the customer. The US consumer can rest assured that Chiappa Firearms is placing the customer’s interest first and foremost, while developing the most efficient method of firearm manufacturing possible.
Originally posted by allenidaho
That chip is going to give the same data that they could get by running the gun's serial number. So if your gun is stolen, they will know it is yours even if the serial number is filed off.