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    Kinda getting away from the Keep It Simple method, huh? I want as few moving parts or opportunities for failure as possible in my weapon. Can someone put together a Six Sigma project on this?

    Sorry. Hungry. Must scavenge for food.
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    I can see it now...

    "Please enter password"

    "Are you sure you want to shoot?"


    All of you who think lasers and red dots that need batteries are bad ideas, wait until your gun and ammo need them!

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    will these "guns" have red tips on them? because they sound like toys!!

    If your gun needs batteries, you're shopping at the wrong store. Exit Toys r us and go to a real gun store. I'll only buy one if it has a bad guy homing bullet feature. Garanteed not to miss or your money back!!!(minus s/h of course)
    "In those days, there was a lot more respect for other people and it showed in peoples values.... Today the word value means nothing more than something you get on the $1 menu at McDonald's." -BARK'N

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    If it fails you have to hold the safety, decock, and mag release down at the same time.

    Forget subcompact, how big would the bullets be? Actually if they use cellphone technology, they would probably be smaller, and do everything but shoot.

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    yeah but at least you could im the police and let them know you are in trouble =O). even bps locator im sure...lmao

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    Let's not forget the built in ipod, when are the stupid liberals gonna wake up.
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    . . . but many firearm enthusiasts would surely pay a premium for such added security.
    It should say "no firearms enthusiast in his right mind would ever consider such an idea." But I suppose some will think it's a wonderful idea . . .

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    He MUST be a Jersey resident...
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    Cable channel

    Was flipping thru the channels and spotted a program talking
    about 25MM ammo that can be programmed to explode at
    a determined distance. Ex. soldier detemines that bad guy
    is 1000 meters away in a window opening, programs gun
    to 1002 meters, bullet goes thru opening and explodes at set
    distance. I did like this. but as for the rest of the BS, we would
    definitley become victims here. i can hear the beep now, and in flashing red "low battery"

    JimB

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    hmm it would suck if you accidently put in the wrong distance and it went off at 1 foot instead of 1000. Do these things come with range finders or what?
    "In those days, there was a lot more respect for other people and it showed in peoples values.... Today the word value means nothing more than something you get on the $1 menu at McDonald's." -BARK'N

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