http://www.invention.net/midgley.htm Interesting idea, I guess. A faux-magazine (in the semi-auto design concept, anyway) contains electronics used to either shock(electrically), warn (verbally), or sound an alarm when the firearm is handled, presumably by someone who shouldn't be handling it. The question is, is this really a good way to reinforce gun safety? I mean, the very idea seems to be, "Make them afraid of guns." Also, with the revolver design: If you kept the firearm loaded, and it was mishandled, causing an electrical charge to jolt through the gun, couldn't that (in theory) discharge one or more cartridges? Maybe my perception on this is incorrect - anyone?