Imagine, you're in your home, watching television, or on your computer, eating dinner, playing with your children, whatever, and some depraved maniacal killer decides to break into your home, to commit some heinous crime. You reach for your smart gun, aim it at the intruder, who doesn't stop coming at you, pull the trigger, and nothing happens. The battery in the "smart" gun is dead, so it won't activate.
The above example is only one of many possibilities. Now, I don't know about you, but I for one do not intend to trust my life to a device that "claims" to be a smart gun. If I've learned anything in my 60 years on this planet, it is the more stuff you put into a piece of equipment, the more likely it is to break at the wrong moment. The best firearms tend to be those with the fewest parts. Adding electronics, sensors and batteries is just gumming up the works.
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Current Mood: Pissed off
Current Music: Stand Back - Stevie Nicks
My Carry Pistol: Rock Island Armory M1911-A1 FS Tactical