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2013年06月13日

Call of Duty Ghosts Reveal








  

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2013年06月11日

Call of Duty Ghosts Gameplay









  

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2013年03月22日

Costaludus Heavy Course








  

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2013年03月20日

HK416 E2 Buttstock



The above photo with the E2 buttpad.



This is the Heckler & Koch E2 Buttpad



The difference of E1 and E2





  

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2013年03月15日

Battlefield 3 End Game









  

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2013年03月11日

HK416C Setup

This is a very nice setup for an HK416C.







  

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2013年03月06日

2013年01月10日

Auto-Aim Rifle powered by Linux





TrackingPoint makes "Precision Guided Firearms, or "PGFs," which are a series of three heavily customized hunting rifles, ranging from a .300 Winchester Magnum with a 22-inch barrel up to a .338 Lapua Magnum with 27-inch barrel, all fitted with advanced computerized scopes that look like something directly out of The Terminator. Indeed, the comparison to that movie is somewhat apt, because looking through the scope of a Precision Guided Firearm presents you with a collection of data points and numbers, all designed to get a bullet directly from point A to point B.



The view through the TrackingPoint's computerized optics.


The PGF isn't just a fancy scope on top of a rifle. All together, the PGF is made up of a firearm, a modified trigger mechanism with variable weighting, the computerized digital tracking scope, and hand-loaded match grade rounds (which you need to purchase from TrackingPoint). This is a little like selling both the razor and the razor blades, but the rounds must be manufactured to tight tolerances since precise guidance of a round to a target by the rifle's computer requires that the round perform within known boundaries.



The TrackingPoint XS1, chambered in a .338 Lapua Magnum, with a 27-inch Krieger barrel and 300 grain match rounds.


The image displayed on the scope isn't a direct visual, but rather a video image taken through the scope's objective lens. The Linux-powered scope produces a display that looks something like the heads-up display you'd see sitting in the cockpit of a fighter jet, showing the weapon's compass orientation, cant, and incline. To shoot at something, you first "mark" it using a button near the trigger. Marking a target illuminates it with the tracking scope's built-in laser, and the target gains a pip in the scope's display. When a target is marked, the tracking scope takes into account the range of the target, the ambient temperature and humidity, the age of the barrel, and a whole boatload of other parameters. It quickly reorients the display so the crosshairs in the center accurately show where the round will go.

Image recognition routines keep the pip stuck to the marked target in the scope's field of view, and at that point, you squeeze the trigger. This doesn't fire the weapon; rather, the reticle goes from blue to red, and while keeping the trigger held down, you position the reticle over the marked target's pip. As soon as they coincide, the rifle fires.



Mark a target, squeeze the trigger, and line up the crosshairs to the target's pip.


TrackingPoint is quick to emphasize the rifle doesn't fire "by itself," but rather the trigger's pull force is dynamically raised to be very high until the reticle and pip coincide, at which point the pull force is reset to its default. In this way, the shooter is still in control of the rifle's firing, and at any point prior to firing you can release the trigger. In the mockups the company had on display for the press to experiment with, the action appeared to be the same—I pulled the trigger and lined up the dots and the blue plastic toy gun went click.



The computerized scope.


Having the round fire when the shot is lined up rather than in immediate response to a trigger pull eliminates a tremendous amount of uncertainty from the shot. Even the most experienced shooters can upset a weapon's aim when pulling the trigger, and overcoming the reflex to twitch or preemptively move against a weapon's recoil is very, very difficult. By allowing the computer to choose the precise moment to take the shot, accuracy is greatly enhanced.

Putting lead accurately on targets is only part of what TrackingPoint's PGF system does. The computerized tracking scope contains some amount of nonvolatile storage, and like an airplane's "black box," it's constantly recording the visual feed from the optics. It also contains a small Wi-Fi server, and TrackingPoint offers an iOS app that connects to the scope via an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network and streams the scope's display to the app, allowing someone with an iPad or iPhone to act as a spotter. TrackingPoint notes that for novice hunters, having the ability to duplicate the scope's picture onto an external display makes it a lot easier for an experienced spotter to give advice on how and when to shoot.



The iPad app mirrors the scope's display, allowing a spotter to assist with shots.


There's a social media aspect, too—the scope's video recordings can be uploaded to video sharing sites like YouTube. Rather than bragging to buddies about that amazing 1000-yard shot you took at the range or out in the field last week, you can simply show them, complete with all the heads-up display data about conditions and range.

TrackingPoint had one actual rifle on display in the press room, along with several mock-ups equipped with iPhones in place of scopes. The iPhones were running a simulated version of the TrackingPoint scope software, letting demo users line up their shots on polygonal deer and hogs in a landscape much like popular hunting video games. It felt a bit like playing with an "easy mode" cheat turned on, though, as it was nearly impossible to miss, even at tremendous distances. TrackingPoint is considering selling the demo software as a standalone hunting app, though from my brief experience with it, there wasn't a whole lot of challenge to felling game once you had the mark-and-fire procedure worked out.

This might not make a compelling video game, but it certainly does make for an accurate weapon system. TrackingPoint says the "first shot success probability"—that is, a shooter's ability to successfully land a round on target in a single try—is drastically increased. The TrackingPoint representatives present brought this up when I commented on the necessity of buying (more expensive) ammunition directly from TrackingPoint rather than buying or loading one's own rounds. TrackingPoint contends the ability to be drastically more precise with aiming means fewer rounds have to be fired for the same effect, ultimately saving money.




  

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2012年11月15日

Tokyo Hobby Show 2012

Gundams


RC and Drift Cars


Model Trains




  

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2012年10月26日

Ipad Mini Unveiling









  

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2012年10月24日

Chris Costa's Nighthawk Remington 870






  

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2012年10月21日

Costaludus OPeration Z Vol.2 Rifles


A sneak peak at the rifle portion of Operation Z Volume 2: Shotguns, Rifles, & Carbines.



This segment introduces first time shooters to rifles and the associated mindset.

Includes Barrett MRAD .338, LaRue OBR 7.62mm, Ruger 10/22 Suppressed

The release date of Operation Z Volume 2: Introduction to Rifles, Carbines, and Shotguns will be announced soon.


  

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2012年10月17日

Costaludus OPeration Z Vol.2 Shotguns


A sneak peak at the shotgun portion of Operation Z Volume 2: Shotguns, Rifles, & Carbines.



This segment has first time shooters try to deploy a shotgun. Costa shows them the basics, as well things that could cost them their life in a threat situation.

Coverage of pump action with Mossberg and Remington.
Coverage of semi-auto with Benneli.




  

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2012年10月16日

Marushin UZI (AEG)


この銃はここで競売にかけられています。



This is the Marushin UZI Automatic Electric Gun. It is the full metal frame version. This is already considered an old AEG in today’s standard, in fact you can already called this a vintage toy.
これはマルシンUZI自動電動ガンです。それはフルメタルフレームバージョンです。これはすでに、今日の標準的で古いAEGとみなされ、実際には、すでにこのヴィンテージのおもちゃと呼ばれることができます。



The box is nicely presented and color coordinated in blue and yellow.
ボックスがうまく提示され、色は青と黄色でコーディネートされています。



In the box, the gun sits primly on its molded styropor packing, complete with loader, battery, charger (which I already lost) and one standard magazine.
ボックスで、銃はローダー、バッテリー、充電器(私はすでに失われている)と一つのスタンダード誌との完全な、その成形パッキンに正しく座っている。



The left side view. There is a sling attachment at the base of the handguard.
左側面図。ハンドガードの根元にスリングアタッチメントがあります。



The right side view. You can notice here the scratches on the metal folding stock, which happens every time you extend the stock.
右側面図。あなたが株式を拡張するたびに発生金属フォールディングストック、ここで傷に気づくことができる。



View the stock fully extended.
完全に伸びた在庫を表示します。



View the stock fully extended and the magazine inserted.
株式完全に拡張され、マガジンが挿入を表示します。



Removing the top of the frame you see immediately the old school gearbox, or the lack of it. There is no gearbox in the gun, the gears, piston, cylinder, etc are all built into the frame of the gun,, which makes this one a classic.
あなたはすぐに古い学校のギアボックス、またはその欠如を参照フレームの上部を取り外します。銃にはギアボックスはありません、ギア、ピストン、シリンダーなどは、すべてこの1古典になり銃の枠に組み込まれています。



Here is the battery that comes with the package. It is a NiCad 8.4V battery with 500mah capacity.
ここではパッケージに同梱されているバッテリーです。それは500MAH容量のニッカド8.4Vバッテリーです。



Here is how the battery goes into the frame of the gun. I was amazed at the good ROF of the gun even with the battery that comes with it. Watch my video.
ここにバッテリーが銃のフレームに入るかということです。私もそれに付属のバッテリで銃の良いROFに驚きました。私のビデオを見る。



The selector switch is shown here, D – full auto, E – semi auto, and S – for safety (which is the German version. Israel version is ARS)
セレクタースイッチがここに示されているが、D - フルオート、E - 半自動、および S - 安全のためには、(。どれがドイツ語版であるイスラエルのバージョンは、ARSです)



Showing the laser engraved markings, which is very beautifully done.
非常に美しく行われるレーザー刻印マーキングを表示しています。



Just one more photo, this is the real UZI submachinegun.
ちょうどもう一つの写真は、これが本物のUZIサブマシンガンです。





この銃はここで競売にかけられています。


  

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2012年10月13日

Costaludus OPeration Z


Operation Z is a comprehensive 12-part series and the ULTIMATE guide to surviving a zombie apocalypse.



Learn from the best on the REAL way to be prepared for when the SHTF!

The release dates of Operation Z Volume 1: Introduction to Handguns and Operation Z Volume 2: Introduction to Rifles, Carbines, and Shotguns will be announced very soon.

Check back on this channel for future videos showing previews of the first 2 volumes and sneak peaks of future title releases.




  

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2012年10月10日

Bandoleer Molle Carrier

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2012年10月05日

Ares UMP 45

This is my UMP45 from ARES. Its fully upgraded with internal parts




私がここでそれを販売しています。


  

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2012年09月29日

Costaludus ATEi

Latest news on the Costaludus ATEi is that it is sold out already. There is no news yet if there is more production.



  

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2012年09月28日

Costaludus Leg Gear





  

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2012年09月20日

Costaludus High Speed Gear

Another photo from Cris Costa page.



  

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