Originally Posted by ncdukedude255
Actually, it would probably be VERY easy to put lowjack in a gun, because GPS chips these days are incredibly small. I dont think it would take too much effort to place one inside of a marker and have it transmit after the company was notified of it being stolen. But then comes the issue of used guns and such.
Even if you couldn't put a gps chip, Manufactures could program boards to have the owner set up a "passcode" (combination of button pushes and trigger pulls ) before you can use the gun. That might not combat the chop shop issue but it would stop people from using the gun.
Mum Sorry to hear about your son's gun. I hope it turns up.