A quick video of me firing my 2012 proto reflex rail paintball gun, with a Dye Rotor Speedfeed, and a 3000psi tank. Firing mode is PSP ramping at 20bps. It was kinda bad because my tank was under 2000psi and i only got about 2 pods out of it. 2012 Proto reflex rail PGA Eagle Dust shooting BEAUTIFUL! Empire invert halo too Taking over the field, the new Proto Reflex Rail is your stepping stone to greatness. high-end performance in a durable and reliable setup. The Proto Reflex Rail is for the serious competitor, featuring Fuse Bolt Technology, operating at 145 psi . Color coded o-rings for simplified maintenance, and a host of other features make the 2012 Reflex Rail the gun of choice. The durable Reflex Rail solenoid features consistent airflow, and with a dwell of 18 milliseconds. The small, light Hyper3 In-Line air regulator provides high flow and smooth velocity adjustment, with non-slip grips. The ultimate in ergonomic comfort, the Ultralite Frame is equipped with a Reach trigger. The solid construction consists of an aluminum body, bolt, Ultralite Frame and trigger. The Reflex comes with a precision honed two piece 14 inch barrel, durable zippered gun case, parts kit, Dye Slick Lube, barrel sock, allen ket set and 9-volt.Paintball head cam go pro pov head cam HD out cast custom pump half blocked pump gun dye rotor custom dye rotor exalt speed feed EMPIRE PROFECY DIES IN MIDDLE OF A GAME LOX Paintball team practice airball action extreme kayos, High Intensity, Sealed … Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
Rumor has it that HP isn’t quite happy with Leo Apotheker’s plans for the company and that he may be fired less than a year after taking the job.
As you’ll recall, Apotheker’s background is in SAP and massive business apps and, because when you have a hammer everything looks like a nail, he figured HP could make all sorts of cash selling the same software to businesses while killing and spinning off various parts of their hardware business.
As Dan Frommer writes:
Looks like not everyone is thrilled about the whole “dump the world’s biggest PC business and try to become an enterprise software company” approach.
According to Bloomberg, eBay CEO Meg Whitman is in the running for the position. HP’s stock has dropped by nearly half since Apotheker came to power, from $ 42 to $ 22 and the investors expressed “near universal opposition” to his acquisition of Autonomy Corp., an information management company.
The US government is serious about online security, just ask any one of its cyber commandos. Adding to its arsenal for battling the big bad hackers, Reuters reports that DARPA is working on a National Cyber Range, which would act a standalone internet simulation engine where digital warriors can be trained and experimental ideas tested out. Lockheed Martin and Johns Hopkins University are competing to provide the final system, with one of them expected to soon get the go-ahead for a one-year trial, which, if all goes well, will be followed by DARPA unleashing its techies upon the virtual firing range in earnest next year. The cost of the project is said to run somewhere near $ 130 million, which might have sounded a bit expensive before the recent spate of successful hacking attacks on high profile private companies, but now seems like a rational expenditure to ensure the nuclear missile codes and the people crazy enough to use them are kept at a safe distance from one another. DARPA has a pair of other cleverly titled cybersecurity schemes up its sleeve, called CRASH and CINDER, but you’ll have to hit the source link to learn more about them.
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We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget question is coming to us from Dan, who is totally over missing life’s best moments due to sluggish startup speeds found on most point-and-shoot cameras. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com.
“We need a digital camera that can be switched on and fire off that first shot fast. It’s not a commonly tracked statistic on any review site, and nobody seems to have this information for every camera. We were hoping other readers could inform us as to what small digital cameras can fire off their first pics in under a second (ideally under half a second). It needs to be small, but mostly, just really quick in operation. Thanks!”
Fast? Camera? Got it. Got any recommendations? Shout ‘em below… with haste!
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