Fingerprint Gun For Better Public Security

The illegal use of guns has become one of our major problems these days. It threatens public security worldwide. Fingerprint Gun integrates user-friendly fingerprint identification systems with an embedded memory chip to ensure the user is its legal owner. The memory chip is located at the upper end of the gun barrel. The indicator on the gun’s front sight attachment will turn to green when the fingerprint information is verified to be correct. It allows the user to shoot with the gun. The wrong fingerprint will turn the indicator to red and the gun can’t be used. Fingerprint Gun has been designed to control the use of private guns for better public security.

Designer : Sun Xiaotian

Fingerprint Gun

Fingerprint Gun

Fingerprint Gun

Fingerprint Gun

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Kristina says: December 22, 2010

The 2nd amendment was written in a day and age when having a gun was a necessity. There was a revolution, there were Indian battles, and the majority of people still actually hunted for their own food.

None of this is the case in 2010.

In 1876 people really HAD to own a gun to survive.
In 2010, most Americans get through life every single day without needing one.

I know this will offend a whole bunch of people, but the 2nd amendment really is an outdated concept. We do not need guns to survive anymore. There are no Indian attacks as we cross Kansas. We are not battling another country's Army on our soil, and our citizens are not expected to use their own weaponry to fight battles here or elsewhere. The military provides them when needed. Most Americans no longer hunt for their food. Yes, there are still people that hunt, but hunting rifles have never been a target for anyone that supports gun control.
No one walks in to a 7-Eleven with a hunting rifle and tries to hold it up.

Our founding fathers wrote the Constitution with the intent that it would grow and change with our country and our citizens over the years.
Before you jump to defend the 2nd Amendment, ask yourself what exactly it is that you are defending….and why.
I don't know if this fingerprint gun would help or not, but anything we can do to limit the accessibility of handguns getting in to the hands of people that will use them to hurt someone, the better.

Oh, and as far as the "using a gun for defense" excuse…the fact is, statistically in the U.S., more people are hurt by their own gun (or a family member or friend is hurt), then those that are able to actually ward off an intruder or attacker with one. This is a statistical fact.
Most people do not react like a professional in a dangerous situation. They follow basic human nature, which is to HIDE, RUN, and GET HELP. Very very few people that are not professionally trained actually utilize a gun, whether they own one or not, to save people in a civilian situation.

Kristina says: December 22, 2010

The 2nd amendment was written in a day and age when having a gun was a necessity. There was a revolution, there were Indian battles, and the majority of people still actually hunted for their own food.

None of this is the case in 2010.

In 1876 people really HAD to own a gun to survive.
In 2010, most Americans get through life every single day without needing one.

I know this will offend a whole bunch of people, but the 2nd amendment really is an outdated concept. We do not need guns to survive anymore. There are no Indian attacks as we cross Kansas. We are not battling another country's Army on our soil, and our citizens are not expected to use their own weaponry to fight battles here or elsewhere. The military provides them when needed. Most Americans no longer hunt for their food. Yes, there are still people that hunt, but hunting rifles have never been a target for anyone that supports gun control.
No one walks in to a 7-Eleven with a hunting rifle and tries to hold it up.

Our founding fathers wrote the Constitution with the intent that it would grow and change with our country and our citizens over the years.
Before you jump to defend the 2nd Amendment, ask yourself what exactly it is that you are defending….and why.
I don't know if this fingerprint gun would help or not, but anything we can do to limit the accessibility of handguns getting in to the hands of people that will use them to hurt someone, the better.

Oh, and as far as the "using a gun for defense" excuse…the fact is, statistically in the U.S., more people are hurt by their own gun (or a family member or friend is hurt), then those that are able to actually ward off an intruder or attacker with one. This is a statistical fact.
Most people do not react like a professional in a dangerous situation. They follow basic human nature, which is to HIDE, RUN, and GET HELP. Very very few people that are not professionally trained actually utilize a gun, whether they own one or not, to save people in a civilian situation.

BraveNoob says: December 24, 2010

I think the fingerprint identification thing should be on the trigger.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Jose M Castillo Jr says: December 28, 2010

i don't think this designer really knows how a gun works. just read majority of the comments above for the rest. for a designer this guy is really lacking in knowing or see how a firing mechanism works.

aside from that, the gun is bloody hideous.

Bill says: February 4, 2011

This idea is stupid, why would you have the thumb scanner behind the slide? It is awkward to hold and what about rear sights? Obviously you don't know nothing about guns and did not research enough to design something good.

Gary says: May 29, 2011

Someone said guns don't kill people, people kill people. But if I own a signature gun, nobody is going to kill me with my own gun.







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