recording device mounted on the gun itself

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recording device mounted on the gun itself

Post Number:#1  Postby TWW » Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:23 am

See this link to a pdf: http://www.viridiangreenlaser.com/releases/FACT%20launch%20press%20release%2001.16.2017.pdf

Here is a story about police having lights on their weapons:

How many people have been injured or killed in accidental shootings by police officers using gun-mounted flashlights isn’t known.
http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sd- ... story.html

I wonder if having the ability to record where the weapons are pointed is a good idea. Any thoughts?
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Re: recording device mounted on the gun itself

Post Number:#2  Postby nighthawk » Wed Jan 25, 2017 8:31 pm

In general, it sounds like a good idea to me. My other thought is that anything the camera records therefore has a gun aimed at it. As long as the user wouldn't aim the gun in an effort to just record something, it sounds reasonable. A responsible user would just be recording the ground or sky for the most part. Then, any shooting would definitely be recorded, unlike a body cam that may or may not be pointed towards the bad guy.

Kind of like in hunter safety where you learn to not use your scope as binoculars...
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