Richard Ryan’s 1123 Yard Shot With A Tracking Point Rifle

Richard Ryan blasts an HTC One cell phone from 0.64 miles:

0:30 – Front facing speakers on cellphones.. yea no doubt.  At least my Nexus 5 has downward facing ones which aren’t that bad.  My Motorola XOOM tablet has rear facing speakers which is the most retarded thing ever because I have to do a weird hand cup thing to direct the sound back at me when the background noise is anything other than quiet.

0:45 – Keyhole forend… so hot right now.

1:46 – FAIL haha well that didn’t take long.

2:38 – Whoa.. 2 basically through the same hole.

Pretty crazy that he was able to hit the phone on its edge multiple times at that distance too.

TrackingPoint-LogoRichard is wearing the 7.62x39mm shirt from ENDO Apparel.




Agitator May 19, 2014 at 11:16 am

Here I was thinking I was the only person on the planet who owned a Xoom.


ENDO-Mike May 19, 2014 at 07:08 pm

Haha Yea rare for sure!


Todd S May 19, 2014 at 04:49 pm

He has, and destroys, the coolest toys.


Smooth Operator May 19, 2014 at 11:49 pm

This is really cool, and I’m thinking of implications of such technology as it becomes cheaper in the future.

I feel we have peaked in terms of “conventional” firearms technology and are on the cusp of watching a sweeping reformation of guns as they become tied with technology. All it may take is a goverment contract or some serious investors to light the fuse on this kind of radical change in fundamental concepts. I’m not talking about some zombie fad or polymer vs metal stuff here. The future generation of gun owners is already inseparable from technology and the fundamentals (think using a smartphone only as basic telephone) are lost in the wash and have become secondary to sucking the proverbial big black dick of cutting edge technology. Between a steady diet of huffington post and playing COD these kids stand little chance to one day accept firearms in their current fashion. It will need to be some asinine technology that is trending. The guns we have now are going to be the relative equivalent of classic american muscle cars. The next generation will be drawn like bugs into a bug zapper to the crap like smart guns that consumers will inevitably devour (discarding all practicality) as the fundamentals are long lost and only fairy tales told by grandpa; about shooting a gun that doesn’t have to be registered on a network like a cell phone and doesn’t need some biometric feedback to shoot.



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