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Published 4 years ago with 3 Comments

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  • RedditGoose (edited 4 years ago)
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    I think that only a vast minority of "accidents" happen because someone stole a gun out of the hand of its owner. I don't see it as very useful for the army and thus won't really affect the gun industry that much. The only people for which the watch would be useful would be civil servants like police officers. Interesting invention but " transforming the gun industry" might be a bit of an overstatement.

    • drunkenninja
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      Especially if the watch came with a government designed backdoor that can disable all watches and thus all guns if and when the are needed. Thanks, but no thanks.

  • Slyken
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    This is a great idea but I think the watch should be a little more discreet, anyone who sees you with this will know you have a gun.

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