MuzzleSafe™ gunshot injuries CAD simulation
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MuzzleSafe™ is a patent-pending firearms training technology that makes it virtually impossible to shoot yourself or anyone close to you (where most accidents happen). It's designed for target shooting, training, competition, etc.; NOT FOR SELF-DEFENSE! If the government ever makes this technology mandatory, I will teach free workshops on how to disable it. You have a right to own a gun, but you have a responsibility to protect those you love from harm. It is my strong belief that MuzzleSafe™ will save lives and make the shooting sports safer for all of us who choose to use it.
Prospective industry partners, please contact:
peter at lyratron dot com
This CAD simulation was created during the research phase of the project, to estimate the extent to which a proximity gun safety would prevent injury and death from accidental discharge. The results were so encouraging that I immediately filed a provisional patent, and built a working prototype of the new smart gun!
Included is an OpenSCAD script that generates "trajectory stars" (giant Koosh balls with red lines emanating out in all directions to simulate possible bullet trajectories). Also included is a SketchUp file with human analogs (silhouettes) to check for injuries, and an Excel file detailing all the injuries observed from a test in which the subject was positioned at varying ranges from the trajectory star.
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