Posted May 13, 2016 9:47 am by Comments

By John Farnam

Magna Trigger

By John Farnam

Mossberg iGun Smart Gun
Defense Training International, Inc
Defense Training International, Inc

Ft Collins, CO –-(

Magna Trigger

As noted, many have tried before, and even so much as a workable prototype has yet to be produced. The closest to success was the long-gone “Magna-Trigger,” which only worked on revolvers and required the operator to wear bulky magnetic rings, on both hands. A few were sold, but the problem was, of course, people forgot to wear their rings!

More recent attempts have involved electronics, but they all, of course, require a power source. And, the smaller the power source, the more expensive and less reliable. The Armatix Pistol, manufactured in Germany, for example, was designed to be used in conjunction with a wireless activation system camouflaged as a wristwatch, worn on the wrist of the hand that is holding the gun. When held in any other hand, the gun would not fire. This pistol was available only in 22LR caliber.

And, (1) electronics involved were never tested in temperature extremes. (2) Electronics can be jammed, interfered with, and countermanded! (3) Every adult in the family, or in the entire department, must wear watches, on both wrists. After all that, (4) …Read the Rest

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