A German inventor claims to have come up with a way to fight gun accidents and thefts: password protection.
The feature would prevent the device from firing if it doesn’t use a cartridge that has a matching password embedded. The cartridge could lock up after a preset amount of time or each time it's reloaded. The embedding would take place in the gun store.
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