>>So then what would be the problem with requiring child safety locks on hand guns? <<
The problem *IS*. . we have 20,000+, mostly ignored gun laws ALEADY! Most of them have NOT been enforced in the last 8 years, by this administration! Don�t you wonder why? Enforce the damn laws on the books -and see it THAT makes any difference.
If an INDIVIDUAL wants -or thinks safety locks is a good idea in his situation, let HIM decide! We are witnessing a constant erosion of our God-given, Constitutionally guaranteed RIGHTS. Many people keep guns for personal protection. If a protective weapon is locked at the very time it is needed, why bother having it around?
If you think the Police will be there in your time of need,you are sadly deluded.
Why are you discussing gun locks on the FDX board? All you have to know about Lock and Saftyhammer
is that they are not real compainies. They are trading shells set up to take peoples money by selling stock. They do not have a product or any sales. Most of the gun locks sold are made by Master. UGII
> Potential legislation mandating smart guns and gun locks also was covered. Take a look at the website or throw that stock symbol on your watch list along with FDX <<
Do everyone a favor:
1. Study the 2nd Amendment
2. Join the NRA
There is/will be only a minuscule market for such product. You are NOT going to get law abiding citizens to turn in their guns for new, high tech stuff. You are not going to get us to register our guns. You are not going to get us to turn in our guns. It has been done in other countries, with pitiful results.
The California Legislature recently outlawed certain gun types. The Attorney General instituted a �Buy Back� program, to which an infinitesimally small number of citizens responded. What the lawmakers have done is create another several million criminals, who refuse to turn in their guns. This is all Liberal gobbdegook! Any freedom-loving American is going to ignore all of this, out of principle. And I certainly would not invest in this stuff. . out of principle.
if your six year old child "borrowed" your gun that could've had a lock on it and didn't and accidentally shot another child you'd still be satisfied knowing that you didn't invest in this device "out of principle?"
Sorry folks, way out of context for this board but I couldn't let this go.