true this is not a good idea to use in the case of a crime or someone wants to kill yau
Gimme that money or i'mma unlock my gun and kill you. I have a Questions. Is it water ressistent? What if you go under the rain and you need it and stops working...?
Ok people, I did the math and total amount of people that will use this voluntarily is......
Not even the creator, if even he/she owns a gun.
Nice try tho.
Good function , i think this idea is from IS ? so the police or military die first before they can shoot.
if the killer wanna use someone gun , how he care abt cut another man finger ?
you not selling gun , & have gun is illegal , defenately the criminal will decrease . who really need a gun to protect himself , if police force really do their job.
Yeah it's only about time when a way be found to kill the gun lock and lock it forever hmm i guess that tech may already exist even.
And what about delay of recognition and the accuracy of it? No one what a tech that slow their gun!
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2016Imagine how f*cked you will be if someone is about to shoot at you and you pull out your gun, ... moreThat's why there's a battery indicator. Never let your gun go on 0 battery. Just like you would never let it go on 0 ammunition.
To be sure to be the only one to kill innocent people with your gun. @ americans. Just take the Guns away
i think the best solution of any country is, weapon can be own by army or police only. that is the best solution. Educate children violent is not the solution, do good to other people. if we cannot solve the problem maybe our grown up child will notice and understand.
Imagine how f*cked you will be if someone is about to shoot at you and you pull out your gun, and at that precise moment the battery dies.
why can't they make one that doesn't require constant charging of the battery?
some mechanical lock a la Davinci Code's Cryptex perhaps?
Eske Rahn, 09 Jan 2016Hmm, it would be MUCH better if it were a lock that prevented anyone not authorized to pull th... moreYou DO need to still pull the trigger.
What you see is a lock that COVERS the trigger. When access is granted, the lock comes off and you pull the trigger with your finger like how it is always done.
Eske Rahn, 09 Jan 2016Hmm, it would be MUCH better if it were a lock that prevented anyone not authorized to pull th... moreThe picture is a bit leading, it actually IS a lock, blocking the access to the trigger.
So it is not dangerous - though it does slow down the response/time to use it.