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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by kp15460 View Post
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    Smart technology that has digital identity attached to firearm and will record audio, visual, and discharge. All under the guise of being 2A friendly. Trojan horse


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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Not really seeing how the NRA is supporting that. Just because they paid for an exhibit booth an an NRA show, doesn't mean that the NRA is supporting them. I'm sure I could probably pay to get a booth selling pickles and beef jerky, doesn't mean the NRA likes pickles and beef jerky.
    If the NRA doesn't like pickles and beef jerky, I'm out.
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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by DennisH82 View Post
    Miss leading thread title, more about nothing.
    It's not misleading, this company is pitching this idea to NRA and over 30 Gun Manufacturers. That's why there is a question mark at the end of the title

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by kp15460 View Post
    It's not misleading, this company is pitching this idea to NRA and over 30 Gun Manufacturers. That's why there is a question mark at the end of the title
    A properly formatted question would have an inquisitive word at the beginning. For example "Is the NRA getting on board with Gun Control and smart gun technology?" The way you have it worded makes it sound as a statement with a misplaced question mark. The punctuation doesn't a question make.
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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by kp15460 View Post
    It's not misleading, this company is pitching this idea to NRA and over 30 Gun Manufacturers. That's why there is a question mark at the end of the title
    No, an accurate title would be "NRA onboard with selling floor space at an expo."

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    TacticalWalls.com possible partner now, and they are claiming to be a hit at the expo. The founder is a NRA member, so it must be okay. I'll support it now

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    A properly formatted question would have an inquisitive word at the beginning. For example "Is the NRA getting on board with Gun Control and smart gun technology?" The way you have it worded makes it sound as a statement with a misplaced question mark. The punctuation doesn't a question make.
    Okay, lets get hung up on two beginning words of a long title asking a question. This thread is about an NRA member pitching a concept that allegedly was well received. Under the guise of benefiting the firearms community because smart gun technology is inevitable. This guy makes claims that he was invited by the NRA, which contradicts the statement that they simply sell floor space. If control of the smart technology is completely up to the owner, would the NRA get behind that? Would this alleviate the cries of gun control advocates?

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by kp15460 View Post
    Okay, lets get hung up on two beginning words of a long title asking a question. This thread is about an NRA member pitching a concept that allegedly was well received. Under the guise of benefiting the firearms community because smart gun technology is inevitable. This guy makes claims that he was invited by the NRA, which contradicts the statement that they simply sell floor space. If control of the smart technology is completely up to the owner, would the NRA get behind that? Would this alleviate the cries of gun control advocates?
    The NRA reaches out to a lot of gun manufacturers when holding shows. Springfield, Smith and Wesson, etc..... it's how they sell their floor space.
    Proof Armed citizens make a difference. http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=316012

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by kp15460 View Post
    Okay, lets get hung up on two beginning words of a long title asking a question. This thread is about an NRA member pitching a concept that allegedly was well received. Under the guise of benefiting the firearms community because smart gun technology is inevitable. This guy makes claims that he was invited by the NRA, which contradicts the statement that they simply sell floor space. If control of the smart technology is completely up to the owner, would the NRA get behind that? Would this alleviate the cries of gun control advocates?
    Where's the evidence that the NRA gave him a special invitation, or that he made pitches to other gun manufacturers, or that they were interested? All we know is that he paid an exhibitors fee and set up a booth.

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    Default Re: NRA getting onboard with Gun Control and smart gun technology?

    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    Where's the evidence that the NRA gave him a special invitation, or that he made pitches to other gun manufacturers, or that they were interested? All we know is that he paid an exhibitors fee and set up a booth.
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