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    Computerized "Auto Aim" rifle

    Looks & sounds cool, if you got the cash...

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    It reminds me of the scope for the sniper rifle in the Halo video game series. It's an interesting concept, and could have some future in military operations, but at the price point I doubt it'll ever make headway in the civilian market.

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    I always liked the pistol in "Robocop". You would get to wear a neat helmet too.
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    I like this system:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thiaqjIVQKw

    multiple targets at same time ... and the music is not that blast-in-your-ear garbage

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    I like this system:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thiaqjIVQKw

    multiple targets at same time ... and the music is not that blast-in-your-ear garbage
    New sport? Synchronized shooting.
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