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Hacking it, while not impossible, would be quite difficult, and for the average gun thief, impossible. The gun does provide a pretty hefty level of security. And, like I said before, if someone does not like that feature, they don't have to buy the gun.Armatix said it had an agreement with the Oak Tree Gun Club, a large gun range and retailer about 20 minutes north of Los Angeles, to sell its iP1 pistol, which can be fired only after the owner enters a five-digit PIN into a watch that transmits a signal to the gun. The gun, which retails for about $1,800, disables itself if it is more than 10 inches from the watch.
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Yeah, not really good Idea.
Hackers who choose this path can access pretty much anything wireless.
Vehicles, baby monitors, CC information, rfid.
I can't see that being any different for a micro-chipped gun.
They sweep the neighborhood to see who has one, to avoid or to steal.
Making it a requirement may not be such a great idea.
"The law is reason, free from passion."
the guys threatening her most definitely ought to be horsewhipped. Prison is a huge waste of money.