VentureX

Super secret pictures sent over by an ENDO reader:

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At NRA a whole group of Tracking point folk gave me a demo in a room that looked like a cold war lab with guys in lab coats, asked about an hours worth of questions, made me promise not to talk to any press at the convention, and gave me a folder of blueprints.

Tracking-Point-Remington-VentureXCool stuff… I still think I’m right with it’s intended purpose.  Get your urine proof anti-dog suits ready people.

Thoughts?

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This video from Tracking Point is confusing:

The breakdown by time:

  • 0:02 – Shady abandoned concrete buildings
  • 0:06 – Closed circuit surveillance cameras
  • 0:08 – Drone copter
  • 0:09 – Airplane
  • 0:11 – Caged dogs
  • 0:14 – Erlenmeyer flask full of urine
  • 0:17 – Something firing on a test platform (VentureX?)
  • 0:18 – Pathway in underground lair
  • 0:20 – Welding up a storm
  • 0:22 – something random and mechanical looking (part of VentureX?)
  • 0:23 – The secret thing on the test platform from before (VentureX?)
  • 0:25 – Prescription drugs
  • 0:27 – Shady looking crate
  • 0:28 – Looks like 3 targeting displays
  • 0:31 – A drones life hangs in the balance

Tracking-Point-Remington-VentureXSo I pretty much cracked the case on what this VentureX thing does.  The question now is, will the government be buying these things from Remington for some sort of tinfoil hat type stuff?  It’s really too early to tell.  I’m looking into Urine proof suits that resist dog bites though right after I finish this post.

Remington has a website set up for VentureX that doesn’t confirm what I said, but it’s really only a matter of time.

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