National Smart-gun advocates: Don’t worry about hacked firearms

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  1. Joe Link

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    Smart-gun makers want more people to try hacking high-tech guns
     
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  2. GuyBMeredith

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    Simple. Destroy the electronic gadget. The gun in the article about using magnets can be dumbed by removing one pop-out metal plug that blocks the firing pin. Others are similar.
     
  3. Mark W.

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    And yet this will do NOTHING to change the ability of the 300+ Million firearms in the USA NOW. SO its like putting a breathalyzer on a few new cars thinking that would stop drunk drivers.
     
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  4. Goosebrown

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    Most mass shootings are committed by the legal owners of the guns. How would this cut down mass shootings?
     
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  5. Tully Mars

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    I are jest a dumbassed welder and I don't have no need fer no city slickered up gun with no higher learned chip or whatever y'all call 'em..
     
  6. titsonritz

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    Smart phones, smart cars, smart guns all for a bunch of stupid people, sad.
     
  7. No_Regerts

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    How many times has the average person been locked out of their phone or other device? I know ai have. Not trusting my life on that garbage technology.
     
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