Via The Firearm Blog:
Says the Firearm Blog:
The media has made a big deal about this system but American and European turret systems could easily run software to automatically detect and engage targets. They don’t because it isn’t a very good idea.
That should be amended to include “in most applications.” Murdoc would argue that the Korean border is a place where this sort of system might be called for.
And, no, Murdoc is not in favor of automated guns on the Mexican border. But he’d have no problem with remote controlled guns with good optics every few hundred yards. Of course, we can’t even decide to build a chain-link fence, so high-tech robo-guns aren’t coming anytime soon.