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I seen them mentioned in regs book for this year and got the wheel in my head turnin'. I thought it was kinda crazy. Knowin my luck I'd get caught in a rain storm,the thing would short out and become a tasar gun I couldn't let go of!!
 

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problem is forgetting to turn on and off. now if it was off all the time till you pulled the trigger back say 1/3 then it turned on then after the shot it would turn it's self off again that would be real nice . also a LED light that shows it is armed or has juice when the trigger is pulled back that 1/3. or just any pressure on the trigger.
 

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problem is forgetting to turn on and off. now if it was off all the time till you pulled the trigger back say 1/3 then it turned on then after the shot it would turn it's self off again that would be real nice . also a LED light that shows it is armed or has juice when the trigger is pulled back that 1/3. or just any pressure on the trigger.
I just don't hope you have this problem of forgetting when it comes to the safety on regular firearms.:smack:
 

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It is not such a new concept. The military has been using this for many years. I used to work on the aircraft guns, which are electrically fired. My problem with a muzzleloader would be re-loading and the posibility of stray voltage when i dropped that charge down the barrel. I saw several different incidents and mishaps with different types of ordnance, particularly this type of ignition system, and 9 times out of 10 the system would be grounded to a certified grount. You don't have that in the woods. No thanks, don't want one and I really see a potential for an incident that will cause great harm to somebody.
 
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