Monday, July 25, 2011

Don't care how wonderful it looks or shoots,

you stick a RFID chip in it for tracking after it's sold, I'm not buying one. I can see one in the frame during manufacture for tracking along the line if needed, but after it's sold?


Keith said...

Bad move!

I've been following the late Emilio Ghissoni's work since the 80s and was really pleased to see one of his last designs being commercialized.

I could also see an advantage to having a chip record modifications, like say, a new cylinder or mod to the trigger assembly, but this sounds much more open to abuse

Phelps said...

It says it is writable. Which means mine would be written to 0000000000... in short order, and so would any others I can get within xmitter range.