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19-Year Old Develops Controversial Finger-Print Unlocking Glock

Presented at the 2016 International San Francisco Smart Gun Symposium (ironic, considering the city shuttered its last gun shop in 2015), then 18-year-old Kai Kloepfer presented a new handgun design that incorporates a fingerprint reader. Young Mr. Kloepfer is sponsored by angel investor Ron Conway, who’s Smart Tech Challenges Foundation is spending $1.5 million for the […] Read More … The post 19-Year Old Develops Controversial Finger-Print Unlocking Glock appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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