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Bullet tracing technology a growing controversy

ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Some say gun microstamping will help law enforcement solve crimes, but some gun owners disagree.

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ExNuke - 1/28/2014 7:50 PM
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Over 400,000,000 guns currently owned by people are not microstamped, most of them have a service life in excess of 75 years. How many lifetimes are you willing to wait for enough microstamped guns to be in use to actually be useful for your imaginary law enforcement purpose? Why does law enforcement demand to be exempt from the requirement? Why does law enforcement demand to be exempt from the "smart gun" farce? They know both are bogus attempts to progressively ban guns and that it would put THEM at risk. By the way Eviltwin Ruger and S&W have both said that they are out of the market in the Peoples Republic of California. We'll see.

Mike the Limey - 1/28/2014 6:35 PM
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One stroke with a sharp file is all it takes to defeat firing pin based microstamping, or just buy a new firing pin from out of state. Microstamping chamber? Nothing a moment's careful application of a Dremel abrasive stone can't fix. Add to that the less than 10% success rate at reading microstamp marks & the whole exercise is shown up for the waste of effort it really is. I guess actually locking up real felons convicted of firearms possession is too hard for these idiot legislators to comprehend.

BHirsh - 1/28/2014 2:45 PM
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Heh-heh. Want to drive revolver sales through the roof? Just pass this idiocy. I'm sure Ruger, S&W, Colt and Taurus would just LOVE it!

eviltwinmorgan - 1/28/2014 6:41 AM
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If your gun is stolen, report it immediately. Smith and Wesson will never stop selling anywhere. The second amendment is designed to protect me from tyranny with a well ordered militia of non-gov't personnel whose right to bear arms is sacrosanct.
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