Bio implant with a nail gun


#1

Hi,
I work at a recreation and rehab facility for folks with brain injuries.

I currently run a work program for landscaping and do landscape construction.

I saw the vice segment on your smart gun and was wondering how adaptable the technology is.

One tool I often bring into work is a paseload cordless nail gun. Currently I have to bring it in in a locked case.

Would there be any way to adapt the technology you currently have to only allow my nailer to fire with an implant.

My tool is a huge liability at the center. I’ve already had to go though a DOJ (department of justice) and live scan background check for the job…

Needless to say I’ve got major medical coverage and work with a private doctor so I could get the implant done professionally.

I am very interested in any options to limit my liability as well as for the safety of our clients.


#2

Interesting. Can you post pictures and information about the nail gun? Make? Model? etc.


#3

If liability is my concern and I live in a country that rewards the tort industry (like the USA), I would stay away from any non-factory configuration. Juries are notoriously biased against things they don’t understand. Trial lawyers know this and can/will blame anything that goes wrong on your modification.

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. This is not legal advice. Just personal advice.