Yeah, macdaddy, RFID can't be "tracked", it's useless outside of several feet. All RFID does is transmit a simple string of code when scanned by a receiver at very close range. So, when Lew's article says "when confiscation day comes, the government will know where every gun is" it's simply not true.
Also, the article states that the chip which will be placed on the guns will be battery powered. RFID doesn't use batteries, so that's strike two.
I'm not believing this one.
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