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Got a KRISS .45ACP? Well, The Swiss Mfr. develops Nano-RFID for Guns to be tracked by Drones!

Here's KRISS Arms USA's an year old packaged 'news'/"documentary" by the ever hypocritical Military Industrial Complex Contractor GE owned MSDNC/CNBC willfully selling a REAL full auto/select-fire machinegun the KRISS Vector Super V .45ACP SMG, featuring Petraeus' paramour Paula Broadwell demoing (no joke, starts at 1:35min mark) it:

KRISS ARMS - CNBC Documentary


http://youtu.be/28vr9UVuQKw

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Published on Mar 20, 2012

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KRISS/Sphinx Sister Company Nano-ID Develops Gun Tracking Technology

Posted 15 hours ago
Steve Johnson
TheFireArmBlog.com

Over the weekend a concerned Swiss man emailed Rob Curtis (Gear Scout) and I about a story being run on TV and online by the Swiss National Television. The story said that Sphinx Arms (part of KRISS Arms) had developed a novel gun tracking technology that could be embedded inside guns and which would allow individual weapons to be tracked from the air. The technology seems to be some type of RFID technology, possibly used in conjunction with some type of microstamping.

On Sunday night I emailed the public relations agency that handles PR for KRISS Arms (USA) asking for a statement. They told me they had not heard about this Nano-ID technology and on Monday morning they issued this statement …

Sphinx Arms denies the information provided during a segment of the Swiss National Television’s news, wrongly stating that it had developed a ground-breaking technology to be used for firearms and ammunition tracing. This technology has been developed by Nano-ID Security Systems, a Swiss based company, which has requested Sphinx Arms to test and evaluate this technology only in conjunction with a project for sensitive material tracing and authentication in Switzerland. One of the key features of this technology is to prevent alterations or defacing of serial numbers.

Sphinx Arms confirms that no identification solution has been deployed and will not be deployed in any of its firearms produced and exported to countries out of Switzerland …

This firm denial would have been enough to put my mind at ease but then the ever-vigilant Rob Curtis discovered that Nano-ID and KRISS are sister companies owned by the same group and who share a building …

It turns out that while Sphinx didn’t technically develop the system, GearScout has learned there are strong ties between Kriss Arms Group (Sphinx Arms’ parent company) and Nano-ID Security, essentially making them sister companies. The companies share the same office building in Nyon, Switzerland and are part of the same Gamma Applied Visions Group Holding company chaired by Andreas Jebsen.

KRISS/SPHINX just released a formal press release:

SPHINX Denies Information Stating Development and Deployment of New Firearms Tracing Technology

Sphinx Systems Ltd.
Lütschinenstrasse 19
3800 Matten / Interlaken
Switzerland
T +41 33 826 40 60
F +41 33 826 40 61
E info@sphinxarms.com
www.sphinxarms.com

Sphinx Arms denies information stating that it has developed and deployed a new tracing technology powered by Nano-Particles and confirms that this system is not deployed in any of its firearms.

Interlaken – 25.03.2013 - Sphinx Arms denies the information provided during a segment of the Swiss National Television’s news, wrongly stating that it had developed a ground-breaking technology to be used for firearms and ammunition tracing. This technology has been developed by Nano-ID Security Systems, a Swiss based company, which has requested Sphinx Arms to test and evaluate this technology only in conjunction with a project for sensitive material tracing and authentication in Switzerland. One of the key features of this technology is to prevent alterations or defacing of serial numbers.

Sphinx Arms confirms that no identification solution has been deployed and will not be deployed in any of its firearms produced and exported to countries out of Switzerland, unless mandated by law from a sovereign country or state. A project, exclusive to Switzerland, is currently being evaluated as a potential marking solution for special categories of firearms. The adoption of such a marking solution, based on Switzerland’s political system, would first require to be submitted to Swiss citizens for voting and adoption, prior to its deployment by Swiss authorities. As a Swiss based manufacturer, Sphinx emphasizes that it will comply with any Swiss state and federal laws, as well as foreign government policies that would be required for firearms importation, exportation and distribution.

The Nano based identification system, applied on firearms, does not allow any form of remote identification, real-time tracking or energy output, making it impossible to transmit or compromise sensitive data. Data can only be accessed through specific readers, similar to a bar code system, that are only made available to Law Enforcement and Governmental entities which would require a maximum of 10 inches of distance, with an unobstructed line of sight, between the reader and the tag to be effective.

Media inquiries please contact:
Press Officer
+41 22 365 67 24
media@sphinxarms.com



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Got rare earth magnets?

You can get em on ebay or at a show for < $5 each and stick em on your hardware when you store it.

Or you get get em from old harddrives.

LOL

and here I was looking forward to microwaving (or with one of these) the replaceable rear grip panel on the Walther PPQ!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walther_PPQ#Accessories

sure, they said they're not gonna embed RFID tracker in them as they do in Germany & rest of Europe, but there's nothing stopping them from slipping a couple in. LOL.

Like me, this guy would never take them at their words alone; went as far as X-raying to make sure! LOL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIAOatjy3Lg

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Youtube can solve this:

RFID ZAPPER made from disposable camera - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0vZigwn09I

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James

nice!

suppose like everything else, the White Hats will always continue to develop counter spying technologies, as the tech itself becomes cheaper and more ubiquitous.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Hooray for White Hats

Dill-holes like Mike Rivero want all "hackers" to be executed.

Hell, way back in the 80's when I was running a BBS, someone asked me about the possibility of others trying to crack the system and I responded "They would be doing me a favor."

A pain-in-the-a** kind of favor, but still.

wha...

I haven't heard Mike Rivero in awhile... he actually said that???

wow. now I'm not so sorry that Alex sorta shunned him after Rivero & Rense accused AJ of not being 'rabidly anti-Zionist 24/7' enough.

hate all this freedom movement internal bickering. but c'est la vie. It's all info too me, good or bad.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

I'm guessing his servers get a lot of unwelcome attention

His typical reaction to stories about "hackers" is to trot out the guillotine gif. I have seen actual comments of his that suggest killing "hackers" is a justifiable action. He claims tongue-in-cheekiness for many such comments, of course ("...for all those who claim I only pick on blah blah").

Aside: I have never heard his podcast. Someone do me a favor by calling in one day and asking him how much he enjoyed working with Kubrick up at Lookout Mountain. Ha.